SO from the last post you can install syco but you also need to build and update your own plugins in syco.
Here is a small guide how to build you first plugin.
Here om building some syco commands for controlling apache and glassfish server.
the commands are run from our syco-chuck release commands center so for adding them to syco i can controll the script from sudo and do some extra test before starting and stopping the service.
In syco/bin/public create I new file called sycochuck.py
Add some basic python rules
#!/usr/bin/env python ''' Sycp chuck commands to be translated to service commands. The commands are then matched to syco-chuck release system. ''' __author__ = "firstname.lastname@example.org" __copyright__ = "Copyright 2014, The System Console project" __maintainer__ = "Daniel Lindh" __email__ = "email@example.com" __credits__ = ["Mattias Hemmingsson"] __license__ = "???" __version__ = "1.0.0" __status__ = "Production" from general import x
So now lets start making some functions
def build_commands(commands): commands.add("httpd-stop", httpd_stop, help="Stopping the apache webbserver.")
This will be our build commands http-stop is the command we will call from syco.
And httpd_stop is the function is this file that we want to run when we call the syco command. So lets make the function that we want to run.
def httpd_stop(args): ''' Stopping the apache webbserver ''' x("service httpd stop")
And now we have all the things we need and your first syco function is done
[root@localhost ~]# syco
In the list now this show up
hardening-ssh - Hardening SSH server and client. httpd-stop - stopping httpd server. httpd-toggle-mod-sec - Turn mod security on or off.
and if we run
[root@localhost ~]# syco httpd-stop System Console 0.3.0 Command: service httpd restart Error: httpd: okänd tjänst [root@localhost ~]#
As you can se we run my small funtion and the x command is i common function that run the command in bash.
Now in this server i did not have httpd server installed but you see how it works.
Now fork and start making you own scripts