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dotdeb_repo (2) Versions 1.0.2

A cookbook to add the Dotdeb repository for Debian-based LAMP servers to the sources.list.d.

cookbook 'dotdeb_repo', '= 1.0.2', :supermarket
cookbook 'dotdeb_repo', '= 1.0.2'
knife supermarket install dotdeb_repo
knife supermarket download dotdeb_repo
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dotdeb_repo Cookbook

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This cookbook includes recipes to add the Dotdeb repository to your Debian "Squeeze" or
"Wheezy" systems to turn the boxes into powerful, stable and up-to-date LAMP servers.

Further information regarding the Dotdeb repository is available via .



Adds the main repository to the sources.list.d and installs the GnuPG key.


Adds additional repository to the sources.list.d to install PHP 5.4 on Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" or PHP 5.5 on Debian 7.0 "Wheezy".


Virtual Development Environment

In order to ease the life of developers and prevent that the local machine looks like a rubbish
tip a Vagrantfile has beend added.

Using Vagrant to create a virtual development environment is quite simple by follow these steps:

  1. Install Virtual Box
  2. Install Vagrant
  3. Install Vagrant-Berkshelf Plugin
  4. Install Chef

Preparation of the Virtual Environment

cd /tmp
git clone
cd dotdeb-cookbook
vagrant up


In order to validate changes at the recipes and these effects you can provision the
virtual environment via the vagrant provision command from the host system.

The lint tool and spec can be run from the guest system in the folder /vagrant via bundle exec rake.


[MIT License](LICENSE.txt)

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