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Re: [CentOS] I have a question about the 389 ds



On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 9:12 PM, Ross Walker <rswwalker gmail com> wrote:

> On Aug 24, 2010, at 1:32 AM, sync <jiannma gmail com> wrote:
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> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 1:20 PM, Whitney, Matthew < <mwhitney pima edu>
> mwhitney pima edu> wrote:
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>>  I don't believe there is a VNC client out there that will get its
>> settings from an LDAP server. You could, however, write a wrapper script
>> that would do a lookup on the user's id and return the attributes you're
>> looking for, then pass them to the VNC command.
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>> Hope this helps,
>> Matt
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> Thanks.
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> Do you mean that it is possbile that the  vnc geometry  attribute
> integrated  in that LDAP Server ?
> But I googling for a long time and  have nothing useful information about
> it ..
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> What he means is create a custom attribute in DS to hold geometry then
> write a shell script that does an ldapsearch to get that attribute for the
> logged in user and either set that as an environment variable that VNC uses
> upon login or use the shell script to launch VNC with that geometry if it
> doesn't support environment variables for setting geometry.
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Thanks .

But I have a problem on how to create  a custom attribute in DS to hold
geometry .

Could someone can give me some suggestions  or  where is the   manual
about  how to create   new  attribute ?

By the way , I used  the  389 Directory Server ....


Thanks in advance .....

-Ross
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