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opsi at FrOSCon 2023: Looking back at a great Weekend

opsi at FrOSCon 2023: Looking back at a great Weekend

The 18th edition of FrOSCon took place on August, 5 and 6, at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. This year, a team from uib travelled to Sankt Augustin to present opsi and provide support to the Open Source community.

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opsi at T-DOSE 2023: A personal Report

opsi at T-DOSE 2023: A personal Report

On the 22nd and 23rd of April, T-DOSE 2023 took place at its new location, the Weeffabriek in Geldrop, near Eindhoven. Together with my colleague Terry Strooband, I was happy to present opsi at the Technical Dutch Open Source Event.

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New opsi Basic License: Paid Extensions now free for 30 Clients

New opsi Basic License: Paid Extensions now free for 30 Clients

Good news for everyone out there using opsi extensions: With our new Basic license you can install (almost) all our paid extension free of charge on up to 30 clients. This article gives a brief introduction to the new opsi license.

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Simplifying Remote Administration: An Introduction to JSON-RPC and opsi-cli

Simplifying Remote Administration: An Introduction to JSON-RPC and opsi-cli

Are you looking for a more efficient way to access your opsi server remotely? This blog post explores the benefits of JSON-RPC, a stateless and lightweight protocol which simplifies the transmission of data between a server and a client.

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opsi-cli: Working faster with the Shell Completion

opsi-cli: Working faster with the Shell Completion

As announced in our previous blog post, we have released a new command line tool to work with opsi environments. It’s implemented in Python and offers a really cool autocompletion feature which this blog post introduces.

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opsi-cli: Introduction to the new opsi Command Line Interface

opsi-cli: Introduction to the new opsi Command Line Interface

At opsiconf 2022, we announced a new command line tool to work with opsi environments: opsi-cli is now available as part of opsi-utils >= 4.2.0.187. Read on to find out more about the new tool.

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