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Introduction to LCFG : Part 6a

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This tutorial follows on from IntroductoryTutorialPart6a. In the following examples we will work on the task of managing the nginx web server. Although in this tutorial we're only configuring this for a single machine keep in mind that this could be something you need to do for a large collection of machines. Once you go beyond a small number of machines doing this manually will be inefficient, tedious and there's the potential to miss out some of them.
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This tutorial follows on from IntroductoryTutorialPart5. In the following examples we will work on the task of managing the nginx web server. Although in this tutorial we're only configuring this for a single machine keep in mind that this could be something you need to do for a large collection of machines. Once you go beyond a small number of machines doing this manually will be inefficient, tedious and there's the potential to miss out some of them.
  The examples below use the LCFG buildtools, documentation is available for the tools on the LCFG website.
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 Name of the component/project: nginx Is this an LCFG component? (yes/no) [yes]: Short description of the project [The LCFG nginx component]:
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Name of the author [Guest User,,,]: Example User
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Name of the author [Guest User]: Example User
 Email address for the author: user@example.org Type of component (perl/shell/file/virtual) [perl]: Version Control System (SVN/CVS/None) [SVN]: None
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 Successfully imported your project into your version-control system.
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You will now have an lcfg-nginx directory which contains various files:
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This will create a new directory named lcfg-nginx. If you list that directory (with =ls lcfg-nginx) you will see that it contains various files:
 
  • ChangeLog - A list of changes for each release. When using svn or git this may be auto-generated.
  • CMakeLists.txt - The CMake build script
 
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