Motivation Some background and information about the LDAPconf project (very old and outdated).
Documents Folder including most of the documents in the distributed package (README, TODO, CREDITS, etc).
Help files This is the help files included in the module, normally opened inside linuxconf but a copy can be browsed here to give an idea of what ldapconf is all about (Note! Most of the helpfilesneed to be updated).
Source documentation Browse source code and class design (Generated by doxygen, a documentation generator we're currently evaluating).
CVS archive Browse development source and history (using cvsweb).
Browse the demo installation of LDAPconf, to get an impression of the module's dialog interface and design, in HTML mode. (Currently running an older release of ldapconf.)
The demo interface is provided by a linuxconf server running in a chroot environment, and I have so far not been able to get the ldap binaries to run inside the chroot system, so it is not possible to do any real LDAP operation/managment/etc from this demo. Still it should give an impression of the module features.
Also note that the distributed ldapconf package includes a demo profile with full admin access to the LDAPconf online test directory. It may be used to test if the ldapconf/ldap installation is working correctly, or to try out the LDAPconf account management in "real", without the need for setting up a local directory first.
- Latest LDAPconf package release.
- Links to external packages, links to download sites for the required and optional packages.
User feedback are most welcome, please send comments, bug reports, ideas, ldap integration questions, or other somewhat related stuff, to the mailing-list or directly to me. I'm especially interested to hear from people using ldapconf regularly.
Stein Vråle <firstname.lastname@example.org>