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Where to download open source?

asked 2015-12-10 13:01:25 -0600

dalepres gravatar image

We are investigating Puppet at work and I am trying to download for my home lab. I can find a download for the enterprise addition but I want to try the open source in my home lab. The only way I see to get the open source for Centos 7 is by using yum. Since I will likely be creating new instances and installations a hundred or more times over the next few weeks, I really don't want to have to download from the Internet each time. What I really want to do is to get a zip or tarball of the install and learn what configuration or other settings would be needed to install Puppet.

Is there any other way to get the download other than using a package manager?

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answered 2015-12-10 13:54:48 -0600

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Download the rpms using yum-download or similar utility and store in on one of your local repo or install it locally using yum localinstall

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