Tag Archives: vyTool & vyInstall

New release: vyInstall 0.1-17

Improved config partial and OpenSSH public key sections, performed overall code review, cleanup and optimization.

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New release: vyInstall 0.1-16

Now putting OpenSSL certificates and keys to /config/auth by default.

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Need help with vyTool?

Last few days I start noticing vyTool issues in site search engines terms. Dear anonymous, if you have any problems with vyTool, like “vytool key not found in sample file” or something else, please don’t hesitate and contact Vyatta4People.Org either … Continue reading

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New release: vyInstall 0.1-15

Fixed “Running config differs from saved.” bug spotted on some configurations by Vonrabbe. Thanks Vonrabbe!

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New release: vyInstall 0.1-14

Fixed little but adverse auto-update cronjob bug.

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New release: vyTool 0.3-20 / vyInstall 0.1-11

vyTool Switched to external (yet my own) config validator; Small enhancements in code; vyInstall Fixed ssh-keyring command undesirable rewrite of config.boot; Added “–save” option to config-partial command; Added “–load” option to config and bundle commands;

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New release: vyTool 0.3-17 / vyInstall 0.1-9

Just released vyTool 0.3-17 and vyInstall 0.1-9. Both packages are available in Vyatta4People.Org repository. Added config partials support in both vyTool and vyInstall. Added path(e.g. /var/spool) moving to another partition and resetting system to [custom] default config in vyInstall. Improved … Continue reading

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vyTool/vyInstall HOWTO

What is vyTool/vyInstall all about? vyTool/vyInstall is a couple of utilities designed to ease administration of Vyatta systems. With many routers, it is a real pain to do manually same recurring tasks again and again. Think. It is the waste … Continue reading

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