How to Install and Uninstall shade-inventory Package on Kali Linux

Last updated: July 18,2024

1. Install "shade-inventory" package

Here is a brief guide to show you how to install shade-inventory on Kali Linux

$ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install shade-inventory

2. Uninstall "shade-inventory" package

Here is a brief guide to show you how to uninstall shade-inventory on Kali Linux:

$ sudo apt remove shade-inventory $ sudo apt autoclean && sudo apt autoremove

3. Information about the shade-inventory package on Kali Linux

Package: shade-inventory
Source: python-shade
Version: 1.30.0-4
Installed-Size: 37
Maintainer: Debian Python Team
Architecture: all
Depends: python3:any, python3-shade (= 1.30.0-4)
Suggests: ansible
Size: 24768
SHA256: 66cabdad4faedc992c030f58880f4535a180cf8307151e904ca0fc5f9bc8467a
SHA1: 68ad40c8bb5332e0da760ae097b668d31583bbf3
MD5sum: ea4c9a5cd08b4b67a933345825336f98
Description: Ansible inventory script for OpenStack clouds
Shade is a simple Python client library for operating OpenStack
clouds. The key word here is simple. Clouds can do many things - but
there are probably only about 10 of them that most people care about
with any regularity. If you want to do complicated things, you should
probably use the lower level client libraries - or even the REST API
directly. However, if what you want is to be able to write an application
that talks to clouds no matter what choices the deployer has made then
shade is for you.
This package installs a script that uses shade to query OpenStack
clouds and produce a JSON inventory that is suitable for use as an
Ansible inventory plugin.
Description-md5: f45ff0370579e0155007f167e85cb9ac
Section: python
Priority: optional
Filename: pool/main/p/python-shade/shade-inventory_1.30.0-4_all.deb