./sysutils/auto-admin, Portable tools for automating systems management

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.7.3, Package name: auto-admin-0.7.3, Maintainer: bacon

Auto-admin is a set of scripts for automating common systems management tasks
from the command line. It is meant as a library of scripts to be used by
more specific automated systems management tools. It is also intended to
serve as a compatibility layer to ease management of multiple POSIX platforms.


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SHA1: 7989cb4ec5aec67d263b79bb94b1837b26331b2d
RMD160: cda2a2caed9ee697b7d70453fddca8de26018b39
Filesize: 102.486 KB

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   2021-05-15 16:55:51 by Jason Bacon | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/auto-admin: Update to 0.7.3

Add auto-update-pkgsrc: Automate update of tree and installed packages
Numerous other bug fixes and minor enhancements
   2021-03-15 21:01:49 by Jason Bacon | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/auto-admin: Update to 0.7.1

Numerous bug fixes and enhancements since 0.6.12, including:

auto-pkgsrc-setup: Add custom umask to sbmake wrapper to override user env
auto-change-uid: Improve performance with find -exec +, prune nfs mounts
auto-mount-noautos: New cronable script for mounting noauto NFS mounts
   2021-01-31 00:29:50 by Jason Bacon | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/auto-admin: Update to 0.6.12

Improvements to auto-admin menu
auto-update-system: Add support for reinstalling specified ports from source
auto-pkgsrc-setup: Add PKGSRC dir to mk.conf for pkg_chk
auto-install-packages: Add CLI flags for installing from source and skipping \ 
options dialog
Add Darwin and pkgsrc support to some scripts
UI improvements to several scripts
   2020-12-17 16:59:35 by Jason Bacon | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
sysutils/auto-admin: import auto-admin-0.6.9

Auto-admin is a set of scripts for automating common systems management tasks
from the command line.  It is meant as a library of scripts to be used by
more specific automated systems management tools.  It is also intended to
serve as a compatibility layer to ease management of multiple POSIX platforms.