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Digital Ocean Bootstrap

As I have mentioned a few times on this blog I tend to use DigtialOcean to spin up servers for testing and to host some of my projects. I also still use CentOS 7 as my preferred OS.

Each time I boot a droplet I run few a couple of tasks to get the server how I prefer it.

As I am lazy and sometimes re-launch instances several times when working on a project I decided to write a quick script to do the above so I don’t have to.

You can call the script by running;

curl -fsS <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/russmckendrick/DOBootstrap/master/do-bootstrap.sh" target="_blank" data-href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/russmckendrick/DOBootstrap/master/do-bootstrap.sh">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/russmckendrick/DOBootstrap/master/do-bootstrap.sh</a> | bash

I recommend that you only run this on CentOS 7 droplet.

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Russ McKendrick

Buys way too many vinyl records, writes a lot about Docker & loves orchestration. Works at @node4ltd / @n4stack has written for @PacktPublishing