Ansible Code for Configuring a Raspberry Pi
Code in this repository is concerned mainly with configuring
accessibility tools such as screen readers and the
Ansible Role to Secure Docker with TLS
The role creates all the required certificates and keys, copies them
to the appropriate place on each specified remote host and installs
those components required by the connecting client (the machine
I did this in response to a need to secure
Docker on machines on
which I was using
Ansible to configure a cluster of hosts forming a
MongoDB replica set.
I have completed the
rpi-image-tool system is able to:
- Create a new and empty
.imgfile containing the necessary small
FAT32boot partition and the larger Linux partition.
- Mount the two partitions from an existing
.imgfile, for example one downloaded ffrom the Web.
- Mount the two partitions contained on an
SDcard plugged into the host machine.
Note that the code assumes two partitions:
It assumes the partitions appear in that order.
See the documentation elsewhere on this site or grab the repository and install and read the help.
You can see the help with:
Please pay particular attention to the important caveats at the bottom of the usage message.
I’ve added a Parse::Yapp grammar to:
Currently it’s a direct equivalent to the Bison grammar
parser.y in the same directory.
I’ve still to write the Perl lexer.
It’s purpose is to see if it is faster and more seamless than the C equivalent.