you need to learn Ansible RIGHT NOW!! (Linux Automation)

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      Marvin Chen
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      so this linode cannot batch create vms

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      DramaChess
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      nice tutorial mr chuck thanks

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      Tung Nguyen
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      this is the best video for learning Ansible, easy and very clear. Thank you so much

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      Mohammad Elobied
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I tried reading documentation and watching other videos and it wasn't easy and i got bored and bummed out, but you sir explained it simply and now I'm excited about Ansible. Thank you. 🙏❤️

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      Chuck Norris
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Cool. What about Chef?!

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      Island Cave
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      You could use this to implement consistency for distributed systems.

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      Island Cave
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      The automation I know is cronjob, cronjob @reboot, pm2, things like that, but have to watch this too see what ansible is.

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      termi05
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      you need to learn Ansible RIGHT NOW!! … bullshit i thought, but after watching this tutorial I use ansible everyday. Thank you Chuck!

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      The Artificer Bard
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I'm a little late to the game here, but I had a ton of issues trying to get this working.

      From CentOS not being supported anymore, so the repos are all busted, to Ansible trying to use python2 instead of python3 to run commands.

      I finally got it working, so I wanted to drop some knowledge nuggets for other folks that might find this in 2022 and beyond.

      To use something RHEL based but with working repos, I went with Scientific Linux 7.

      The only workaround I could find with the python3 issue was to add the following to the linux group after the nodes:

      [linux]

      my.server.node.fqdn ansible_python_interpreter=/usr/bin/python3

      hope this helps anyone who finds it!

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      Peter Udoka
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      It’s ETCyyy not et cet·er·a.

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      Invader Zim
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Stop using (or suggesting) sudo for admin work.

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      Jeremy Granger
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      You had me at "routers and switches". I don't work with that stuff anymore but never thought I could use Ansible for managing that.

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      Muduo Wang
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      This is an awesome video with very clear explanations, wish all videos were this helpful.

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      AKA Trae
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I started watching your channel to make my gf think I’m really smart but ended up actually learning a lot from you 😁

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      climbeverest
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Hey your pi cluster install of k3s did not work for me

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      B D
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Probably use ansible to install a zabbix and wazuh agent, setup PSK encryption for the connection, add zerotier and update /etc/hosts files. Be nice to have that to replicate across my lab.

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      How to Linux
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      ok i learn it right now

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      John Descy
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Great video, thanks! But you need to learn Vim RIGHT NOW! 😀

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      Doug Hobbs
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      17:56 eyed-imm-potent-see 😉

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      William Huang
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Hanzhen harmonic drive gear , strain wave reducer, robot joint , over 30 years experience

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      TheFuckingsignups
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      What do you use for your screen annotation?

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      iman shirkhodaee
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      thanks man, it was helpful

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      Brian Wheeler
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      @17:54 eye – dim – potent – sea

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      Ben
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Syncing dotfiles across devices 🙂

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      Maverick Peck
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I have to say this is the most helpful video I’ve seen in a while. I’m a Student Sys Admin at my college and I was tasked to make an ansible server for our student GNS3 severs in order to automate lab creation. Needless to say I was very lost and found your video shortly after… I have seen the light!!! Keep doing what you’re doing, I’ve always loved your content!

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      Foysal, Moinuddin goni Chowdhury
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Ansible Tutorial great Thank you so much.

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      Matt Bowler
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Who here has heard YAML = Yet Another Mark-up Language?!

      First time I heard YAML Ain't Mark-up Language

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      André Rosa
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Why is this better than writting my own bash script that ssh's into each server (within a loop) and executes the commands that I want?

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      Maylson Martinez
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I'm watching this at 2am in the morning the robot at the start is fuckign creepy dude lol

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      Travis Stroebele
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Great video man!

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      David Kostic
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Yo, after press esc to exit insert mode you can hold shift and press 'z' twice, this is do same as ':wq'

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      Katie Gray
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      learning this this week through full sail university. this video was much more informative than the lecture was

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      Haruko Ishikawa
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      How can i edit yml files in vscode with auto completion i dont get this to work!

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      Jozef Bežila
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Perfect !!

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      ashiqur rahman
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      OK, Sold👍

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      Adalberto Hernandez Vega
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      how do you draw on the screen?

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      Richard Bosch
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Literally was just told by my boss to learn Ansible. Right now.

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      That one
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Have learned ansible. Whoever chose the Yaml syntax, I hate you with a passion.

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      $lowking
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      damn bruh thanks

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      Ragesh G.R
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Wow. You are such an inspiration

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      Juan Dela Cruz
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      this was one of the easiest way to understand ansible. thanks Chuck. great content as always 🙂

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      Eder the Just
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Yaml can be a pain if you are not spacing correctly.

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      Chris Bare
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      I wish the robot had a beard even if it had to be put in the video in post.

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      Chance S R
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      Can a Linux auditor use ansible to complete audit assessments?

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      Chance S R
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      How do you verify that the update/changes took place?

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      Joe McCartney
      May 05, 2022 00:12 am Reply

      so how is this different from NIS or NIS+

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