ansible playbook to set up a laminar container Ci build. moved to: https://git.sindominio.net/sindominio/ansible_laminar
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README.md

Set a laminar CI to build your containers.

It will configure a webhook to listen in: http://ip:9000/hooks/build_image

The gitea of your organization should be configured to ping this url with {{ secret }} on each push event.

vars

registry_aut is the base64 of the registry auth credentials:

echo -n 'username:password' | base64

keys

The openpgp keys used to sign git commits are in the keys folder, ansible uses keys.asc to configure them in the server. We can generate this file by concatenating all the keys in one file:

$ cat keys/* > keys.asc