Linux deployment templates

Summary

Install / Uninstall

Scripts

Others

Install application

To install application, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Install / Uninstall and click on Install application.

Install application form

List of installation application's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Package type : apt/yum/dnf
  • Application name : the application to be installed

Below the list of default installation application's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Execute
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Command : {package type} install -y {application name} ; exit 0
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Install application resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Uninstall application

To uninstall application, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Install / Uninstall and click on Uninstall application.

Uninstall application form

List of uninstall application's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Package type : apt/yum/dnf
  • Application name : the application to be uninstalled

Below the list of default uninstall application's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Execute
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Command : {package type} remove -y {application name} ; exit 0
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Uninstall application resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Add apt repository

To add apt repository, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Install / Uninstall and click on Add apt repository.

Add apt repository form

List of add apt repository's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Repository URL : repository URL to be deployed

Below the list of default add apt repository's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Execute
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Command : add-apt-repository -y '{repository url}'
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Add apt repository resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Add yum repository

To add yum repository, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Install / Uninstall and click on Add yum repository.

Add yum repository form

List of add yum repository's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Repository URL : repository URL to be deployed

Below the list of default add yum repository's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Execute
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Command : yum-config-manager --add-repo {repository url}
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Add yum repository resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Bash sh Script

To create a bash/sh script package, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Scripts and click on Bash/sh script.

Bash script example

List of Bash script's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Script : area to write batch script
  • Script file : batch script file

Note : if you write script on Script area don't put script file and vice versa.

Below the list of default Bash script's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Execute
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Command : sh bashscript.sh {custom arguments}
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Bash script resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Store file or folder

To create a store file/folder package, go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Others and click on Store file/folder.

Store file folder example

List of Store's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Path : path to store file or folder
  • File : file or folder to store

Note : if you want to store multiple files, compress before.

Below the list of default Batch store's parameters (not configurable by the user):

  • Priority : 5
  • Action : Store
  • Protocole : HTTP
  • Path : {custom path}
  • Notify User : No
  • Notify can abort : No
  • Notify can delay : No
  • Need done action : No

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Store file folder resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.

Custom package

To create a custom package go to Deployment > Build > Linux > Others and click on Custom package.

Custom package example

List of Custom package's form parameters :

  • Package Name : the package display name
  • Description : the package description
  • Protocol : HTTP/HTTPS
  • Priority : deployment priority
  • File : file to deploy
  • Action : Execute/Launch/Store
  • Command/Path : set the command or the path (depends on selected action)
  • Warn user : display message before deployment

Next, click on Validate. After the package has been created its resume is displayed.

Custom package resume

The fragments number and the Activated column value depends on your deployment configuration. For more informations see Deployment configuration.