Bento Box URL change


#1

Ohai Chefs,

We have moved the Vagrant boxes built with the Bento0 veewee definitions to a new S3 bucket. The new S3 bucket and directory is:

https://opscode-vm-bento.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant

The difference in the URL is “opscode-vm-bento” vs “opscode-vm.”

The existing bucket location is still available but may be deleted in the future, so update your own use of the bucket (e.g. in Vagrantfiles) sooner than later.

https://opscode-vm.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant

All Opscode-maintained cookbooks with test-kitchen 1.0 support are updated to the new bucket location in their git repository. Test Kitchen will be updated to generate the .kitchen.yml with the new URL before 1.0 is released1. The Bento project itself already has the URLs updated in the README.

Cheers,
Joshua


#2

Ohai!

I take the opportunity to lobby a Gentoo definition. Is it planned? I
opened this issue http://tickets.opscode.com/browse/BENTO-22, but the
answer was negative :-/
The definition is ready… It’s up to you!

Thanks for your time!

Pierre

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 1:56 PM, Joshua Timberman joshua@opscode.comwrote:

Ohai Chefs,

We have moved the Vagrant boxes built with the Bento0 veewee definitions
to a new S3 bucket. The new S3 bucket and directory is:

https://opscode-vm-bento.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant

The difference in the URL is “opscode-vm-bento” vs “opscode-vm.”

The existing bucket location is still available but may be deleted in the
future, so update your own use of the bucket (e.g. in Vagrantfiles) sooner
than later.

https://opscode-vm.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant

All Opscode-maintained cookbooks with test-kitchen 1.0 support are updated
to the new bucket location in their git repository. Test Kitchen will be
updated to generate the .kitchen.yml with the new URL before 1.0 is
released1. The Bento project itself already has the URLs updated in the
README.

Cheers,
Joshua


#3

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Pierre Ozoux pierre.ozoux@seedrs.comwrote:

Ohai!

I take the opportunity to lobby a Gentoo definition. Is it planned? I
opened this issue http://tickets.opscode.com/browse/BENTO-22, but the
answer was negative :-/
The definition is ready… It’s up to you!

Thanks for your time!

Pierre,

We only build boxes in the Bento project for platforms that we support with
the Omnibus Chef installer. At the moment, Gentoo is not one of those.

I invite you to contribute your definition to the veewee project though,
from which Bento derives. There are tons of definitions there for a whole
variety of operating systems!

  • Julian