FDS has an RPM available & a script that is very much like the SMB/LDAP install script. (/opt/fedora-ds/setup/setup) -Eric Jim Kronebusch wrote:
Really? My initial impression was just the opposite, that FDS was easier to setup. I have not played with any of the advanced features in FDS, just a couple quick tests to see if it was even possible to replace my OpenLDAP servers.Maybe this was just ignorance on my part, but when I first heard of it I thought this would be as simple as a yum install fds or something similar. It has been a few months since I looked into it but I remeber it being very scary. It seamed a person had to be a wizard of LDAP to understand hwo to install and configure it. I am of course comparing to the SMB/LDAP install scripts where knowledge needed is minimal. I really liked the idea of using FDS, but at the time there was way too much knowledge involved and what didn't look like a prepackaged solution. I had initially assumed this was a yum install and use with a nice gui sort of application. Again my hold up was most likely a lack of knowledge and the fact I was looking for a quick turn key solution.
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