How can I add a PPA repository using Ansible using Linux


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asked Mar 4, 2016 by Pyr7929 (910 points)
I'm trying to add new repository to server so that I can install Java by Ansible. Unfortunately whenever I try to run playbook it fails because of GPG error.

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answered May 24, 2016 by many3671 (430 points)
selected May 25, 2016 by qrfor
 
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I suddenly needed to do this task and found this topic
Read more about both here An Ansible Tutorial - Servers for Hackers
commented May 24, 2016 by question_2 (140 points)
Check the documentation on composite keys here
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answered Mar 20, 2016 by belkedu (600 points)

We can add this file path to the /etc/ansible/ansible. In my Vagrant server, they are located within /vagrant/ansible/roles. I've put some examples here An Ansible Tutorial - Servers for Hackers
commented Mar 20, 2016 by Qb_Not (230 points)
However, there are many more tools provided by Ansible to explore
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answered May 14, 2016 by Farrare (560 points)

Before we clone our Git repository, we need to make sure /var/www exists.
The rest adds in a module with the packages that we need.
I think we need to show some support for this feature on the connect site How To Deploy a Basic PHP Application Using Ansible on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean
commented May 14, 2016 by play_with (390 points)
Hope above will help
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answered May 24, 2016 by timmerm (160 points)
Plug https://dzone.com/articles/ansible-setup-in-ubuntu-14o4-using-docker-with-ans into your browser, you get a fairly good explanation there
Test framework can do this if you ask it to test a private function
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answered May 24, 2016 by Shearinof (210 points)
For more detail, check this link http://docs.ansible.com/apt_repository_module.html
It works I have used it

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