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Types and providers to manage network interfaces

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With Operatingsystem Support
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Supports Only Current Centos
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Supports Latest Centos
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Supports Only Current Debian
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Supports Latest Debian
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In Modulesync Repo
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In Plumbing
Is in plumbing
Has Secrets
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Synced
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Released
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Resolve puppet-lint notices
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Pull Request (PR) description

puppet-lint flagged these lines

modulesync 3.0.0 & puppet-lint updates
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modulesync 3.0.0

WIP: Rework network_route provider with resource_api
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do not merge - for review only at this stage.

This is the rebase onto master of dhollinger's work, changing network_route to use the resource API.

Replaces #245

WIP: Rework network_route provider with resource_api
merge-conflicts
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do not merge - this is for review only at this time.

change reference files for test about routes on redhat
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All RHel/Centos version support format IP/prefixlen but RHel/Centos 7 don't support IP/netmask.

More detail on the issue 209.

As it, I have change the references files that are used to make test on redhat. After this change : travis-ci will fail all test.

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Add stricter types for onboot/hotplug/bonding parameters
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Adds stricter types for onboot, hotplug and certain bonding parameters.

Also fixes issue in opts-redhat.erb when passed a non-string/non-enumerable value. See https://github.com/voxpupuli/puppet-network/compare/master...runejuhl:add-stricter-types?expand=1#diff-6114de1a6f90ec85830d2eab0f0815f7R3 .

Windows can't handle the : character in a filename.
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This renames the file and then makes a symlink to the original filename
when the specs are run. This will allow the module to be installed
without errors onto a windows machine.

The other alternatives I considered were things like mocking File.read to
magically translate invalid characters, but that seemed like more wtf
than this. Happy to consider other approaches though!

Fixes #224

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This Pull Request (PR) fixes the following issues

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Manage ifupdown package on Debian-based distros
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This package is required, but not installed on newer Debian-based distros (at
least 20.04 (focal), but probably also 18.04, 18.10, 19.04 and 19.10).