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Re: Importing OpenLDAP into base
Andrew Doran wrote:
Well, it requires a much higher level of knowledge to get ldap going
Also, it is not simple to setup and run openldap and at the same time
On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 11:10:19PM +1000, Luke Mewburn wrote:
I'd like to propose that we import OpenLDAP into NetBSD.
I think this is a great idea. Along with SNMP and BSM (the Sun/Apple audit
framework) this is something I have wanted to see in NetBSD for a long time!
In my experience setting up LDAP auth is a bit cumbersome, just like NIS.
Do you have any ideas on how we could make it easier?
how it works unless you are used to ldap.
Anyway, that said, I think NetBSD really should go towards using
as some sort of standard solution for network environment.
What I would like to have is a lightweight version of an ldap server
that would be
basically just to store the basic system information just like YP, and
not as many
fancy features. If people would want those features then use openldap
Hm, thinking about it, I do not think it would be especially difficult
to write such
an ldap server. Would it be interesting? Luke, can you wait a week or
importing openldap? I can take a quick look at it and come back with an
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