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Unfortunately, you'll need to rename your apacheWS folder to apachews.
On Thursday, May 10, 2012 4:09:58 PM UTC-7, Amit Shah wrote:

puppet 2.6.4
puppet --configprint modulepath
/home/user/.puppet/modules:/usr/share/puppet/modules

I have the following file defined: /home/user/.puppet/modules/apacheWS/
manifests

#init.pp

class apacheWS {
case $operatingsystem{
ubuntu:{ $apache="apache2"}
}

package {'apache':
name=>$apache,
ensure=>installed,
}

file{ 'testfile':
path => '/tmp/testfile',
ensure => present,
mode => 0604,
content => 'test file data',
#require=> Service['apached'],
}

service{ 'apached':
name=>$apache,
ensure=> running,
enable=> true,

}

notify {'message':
message=>"I created a file",
}

Package['apache']->File['testfile']->Service['apached']-
Notify['message']
}

When I try "puppet -apply -e "include apacheWS"
puppet apply -e "include apacheWS"
Could not find class apacheWS at line 1 on node ubuntu.localdomain
user@ubuntu:~/.puppet/modules/apacheWS/manifests$

WHY?! Why is something so simple so broken.
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