[Server-devel] Internet-in-a-Box (IIAB) recommends Ansible 2.6.x

Adam Holt holt at laptop.org
Fri Jun 29 14:06:56 EDT 2018

As this is such a common question, this IIAB Community
Suggestions/Guideline was published overnight, under the title:

*   "What is Ansible and what version should I use?"*
   http://FAQ.IIAB.IO #9

As prompted by yesterday's successfully tested release of Red Hat's Ansible

*Thanks to everyone (Jerry Vonau especially, but also many others) who
helped make our Internet-in-a-Box's Ansible-based DIY installation
<http://download.iiab.io/6.6/> much more reliable and Much More
Understandable over the past year.  In short, iiab-install runs these 9+1


The details of these 9+1 stages are here:


Ansible's many advances across versions 2.4.x, 2.5.x and now 2.6.x (and a
few regressions along the way over the past year, to make this all
possible) have made for refreshingly little blowback at all over the past
week — as I've been testing the Ansible 2.6 family or release candidates
and now final release — *without experiencing a single Ansible problem on
Raspbian or Ubuntu 18.04 to date!*

PS keep the best questions coming, so we can publish more to
http://FAQ.IIAB.IO every month, in service to all~
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