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This first screencast is going to get you up and running with a very simple puppet manifest that will be used to install emacs and a custom motd banner on a server. Below is the example site.pp manifest I used in the demonstration.

node 'client.test.net' {
package { "emacs22-nox": ensure => installed }
file { "/var/run/motd":
source => "puppet:///files/motd"
}
}

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