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Re: FC2 and general LDAP Support

Yeah but what i ment is that fc2 should come with a fully initialized ldap server. It's also possible that in a first step only the users and groups are saved in the ldap. As i said in the first mail, Samba ships command line tools for adding, modifying and deleting users from a bash shell. The only thing needed to change is to replace the "normal" useradd, usermod, userdel, groupadd, groupmod and groupdel by the ones shipped with samba. For the normal user it wouldn't make any changes in the "feeling" of the administration. From my point of view, a GUI admin tool doesn't needs to support all the complete ldap features, it should only be a easy to use administration interface - excuse this analogy - like the active directory frontend.


Nils O. Selåsdal schrieb:

On Wed, 2003-11-26 at 14:08, Aurelien Bompard wrote:

I'd very much like to see a fullu featured ldap administration console
thoug, with specific tools for unix account management and similar. (gq
is to general)

You might want to have a look at :

... which is to narrow again ;) Atleast the last time I tried it, it
did only users and groups.
A fully featured administrator app should do what gq does, but have
specialized features, like e.g. the app in question here, initialization
wizards for setting up the ldap server, etc.

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