At 4:32 pm, Monday, October 22 2001, Matt Hope mumbled: > Administration. > > Administering it can be a bit of a bitch. > Once it's going, and I set it's log level down to stop finding /var/log/daemon.log at ~600Mb, it's looked after itself. I would like it talk over SSL or TLS, however. > padl have the MigrationTools, which do rock to set it all up, but after > its set up, it can be a pain to add new users / etc. > I find that sometimes, but, I'm just using LDAP at home, so adding users isn't that much of a problem, and I just slap a ldif file together and throw it to ldapadd. > DirectoryAdministrator is one gui wizard app that will do it, but that > isnt really great for the 'hands on' style admins. > gq springs to mind, and one of my friends on IRC raves about it. Description: GTK-based LDAP client GQ is GTK+ LDAP client and browser utility. It can be used for searching LDAP directory as well as browsing it using a tree view. Features include: - browse and search modes - LDAPv3 schema browser - template editor - edit and delete entries - add entries with templates - export subtree or whole server to LDIF file - use any number of servers - search based on single argument or LDAP filter - TLS support for LDAPv3 -- Steve BOFH excuse #274: It was OK before you touched it.
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