propellor-2.16.0: property-based host configuration management in haskell

Safe HaskellNone




data Eep Source



nuked :: User -> Eep -> Property NoInfo Source

Removes user home directory!! Use with caution.

hasSomePassword :: User -> Property HasInfo Source

Only ensures that the user has some password set. It may or may not be a password from the PrivData.

hasSomePassword' :: IsContext c => User -> c -> Property HasInfo Source

While hasSomePassword uses the name of the host as context, this allows specifying a different context. This is useful when you want to use the same password on multiple hosts, for example.

hasPassword :: User -> Property HasInfo Source

Ensures that a user's password is set to a password from the PrivData. (Will change any existing password.)

A user's password can be stored in the PrivData in either of two forms; the full cleartext Password or a CryptPassword hash. The latter is obviously more secure.

hasInsecurePassword :: User -> String -> Property NoInfo Source

Makes a user's password be the passed String. Highly insecure: The password is right there in your config file for anyone to see!

hasDesktopGroups :: User -> Property NoInfo Source

Gives a user access to the secondary groups, including audio and video, that the OS installer normally gives a desktop user access to.

Note that some groups may only exit after installation of other software. When a group does not exist yet, the user won't be added to it.

shadowConfig :: Bool -> Property NoInfo Source

Controls whether shadow passwords are enabled or not.

hasLoginShell :: User -> FilePath -> Property NoInfo Source

Ensures that a user has a specified login shell, and that the shell is enabled in etcshells.

shellEnabled :: FilePath -> Property NoInfo Source

Ensures that etcshells contains a shell.