cobbler  2.8.4
About: cobbler is a Linux installation and deployment server that allows for rapid setup of network installation environments. It can help with installation, DNS, DHCP, package updates, power management, configuration management orchestration, and much more.
  Fossies Dox: cobbler-2.8.4.tar.gz  ("inofficial" and yet experimental doxygen-generated source code documentation)  

cobbler Documentation

Some Fossies usage hints in advance:

  1. To see the Doxygen generated documentation please click on one of the items in the steelblue colored "quick index" bar above or use the side panel at the left which displays a hierarchical tree-like index structure and is adjustable in width.
  2. If you want to search for something by keyword rather than browse for it you can use the client side search facility (using Javascript and DHTML) that provides live searching, i.e. the search results are presented and adapted as you type in the Search input field at the top right.
  3. Doxygen doesn't incorporate all member files but just a definable subset (basically the main project source code files that are written in a supported language). So to search and browse all member files you may visit the Fossies
  4. cobbler-2.8.4.tar.gz contents page and use the Fossies standard member browsing features (also with source code highlighting and additionally with optional code folding).
README.md

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Cobbler

Cobbler is a Linux installation server that allows for rapid setup of network installation environments. It glues together and automates many associated Linux tasks so you do not have to hop between lots of various commands and applications when rolling out new systems, and, in some cases, changing existing ones. It can help with installation, DNS, DHCP, package updates, power management, configuration management orchestration, and much more.

Read more at https://cobbler.github.io

To view the manpages, install the RPM and run "man cobbler" or run "perldoc cobbler.pod" from a source checkout.

To build the RPM, run "make rpms". Developers, try "make webtest" to do a local "make install" that preserves your configuration.