[K12OSN] Samba/LDAP Management questions (Webmin,LAM,IDEALX SMC)
Brian Chivers (Webmail)
brian at portsmouth-college.ac.uk
Fri Jul 29 17:44:29 UTC 2005
If you use the smbldap-userbulkadd scripts it's quite easy to tweak got set
quota's. I've altered / hacked the script for myself to set quotas and I had
started work on allowing this as an configurable option in the userinfo.in file
but got a bit snowed under when I started our main roll out for the year.
Yes WEBMIN rocks *grin*, I tend to use it in combination with LAM & the shell
scripts to manage things. You can alter LAM to allow spaces etc. If you have a
look on the LAM site and if they have an archive of mail look through this as I
asked the question a couple of months back but I've forgot the answer :-\
Quoting Jim Kronebusch <jim at winonacotter.org>:
> > Jim how about a list of functions youd like..that little
> > python script i sent is a leadin to any bash script..and i
> > have like scripts for install from csv ad single user...even
> > add to individual groups..chuck
> - Add User/s
> - Add Group/s
> - Delete User/s (option to delete user and leave home dir)
> - Delete Group/s
> - Modify User/s (change name spelling)
> - Modify Group/s
> - Add/Remove Groups Users belong to (choose from list if possible)
> - Control Over User Disk Quotas. (add quota, remove quota, adjust quota,
> status of current usage)
> - Bulk User Import (from csv with the following info: username,
> fullname, existing password, disk quota)
> - Bulk User Delete (username)
> - Get listing of users
> - Get listing of groups
> The above is a list of what I would need in a perfect world. I can do
> this all right now with the Webmin User management tool, it is awesome.
> I would love to be able to keep this type of control. I want to be sure
> that this system can be run if I no longer work here, or am away.
> Everything is working from command line at this point except quotas.
> Dont know what needs to be done in this regard, but this isn't a show
> stopper, just a handy feature.
> Chuck, I would appreciate your scripts. If nothing else maybe I could
> tweak them to suit my needs. You are using a different setup than the
> smb/ldap installer, correct? I imagine that would require some changes.
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