|author||Joey Hess||2016-04-01 19:34:27 -0400|
|committer||Joey Hess||2016-04-01 19:48:23 -0400|
setup gpg key in initial setup process
Diffstat (limited to 'doc/README.mdwn')
1 files changed, 7 insertions, 12 deletions
diff --git a/doc/README.mdwn b/doc/README.mdwn
index b17f8575..fc3c3fd1 100644
@@ -44,18 +44,13 @@ see [configuration for the Haskell newbie](https://propellor.branchable.com/hask
`apt-get install propellor`
2. Run `propellor` for the first time. It will set up a `~/.propellor/` git
repository for you.
-3. If you don't have a gpg private key already, generate one: `gpg --gen-key`
-4. Run: `propellor --add-key $KEYID`, which will make propellor trust
- your gpg key, and will sign your `~/.propellor` repository using it.
-5. Edit `~/.propellor/config.hs`, and add a host you want to manage.
+3. Edit `~/.propellor/config.hs`, and add a host you want to manage.
You can start by not adding any properties, or only a few.
-6. Run: `propellor --spin $HOST`
-7. Now you have a simple propellor deployment, but it doesn't do
- much to the host yet, besides installing propellor.
- So, edit `~/.propellor/config.hs` to configure the host, add some
- properties to it, and re-run step 6.
- Repeat until happy and move on to the next host. :)
-8. Once you have a lot of hosts, and running `propellor --spin HOST` for
+4. Run: `propellor --spin $HOST`
+5. Now you have a simple propellor deployment to a host. Continue editing
+ `~/.propellor/config.hs` to further configure the host, add more hosts
+ etc, and re-run `propellor --spin $HOST` after each change.
+6. Once you have a lot of hosts, and running `propellor --spin HOST` for
each host becomes tiresome, you can
-9. Write some neat new properties and send patches!
+7. Write some neat new properties and send patches!