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The 389 Directory Server Admin Server is an Apache-based application server that can optionally be deployed alongside 389 Directory Server. It allows for remote Java-based management of your 389 Directory Server deployment.
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This is the core part of 389 Directory Server -- technically, all you need for an LDAP deployment, although many will want to install 389-ds-admin for the graphical management capabilities, too.
  
One connects to the Admin Server using the [[Package:389 Directory Server Console]].
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After emerge, to set up your LDAP server, run:
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<console>
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# ##i##setup-ds.pl
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</console>
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If you want the Apache-based graphical admin console set up, along with your LDAP server, <tt>emerge 389-ds-admin</tt> and run:
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<console>
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# ##i##setup-ds-admin.pl
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</console>
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This will set up both for you, and then you will be able to remotely manage your LDAP server using the Java-based [[Package:389 Directory Server Console]].
 
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Revision as of 20:30, June 19, 2014

net-nds/389-ds-base


Current Maintainer(s):Patrick Creech
Source Repository:Funtoo LDAP Overlay

Summary: This is the core part of 389 Directory Server -- technically, all you need for an LDAP deployment, although many will want to install 389-ds-admin for the graphical management capabilities, too.

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pam-passthru
Enable pam-passthru plugin - for simple and fast system services used in ldap
dna
Enable dna (distributed numeric assignment ) plugin - to automatically assign unique uid numbers to new user entries as they are created.
presence
Enable presence plugin - non-stabdart syntax validation
bitwise
Enable bitwise plugin - supported data in raw/bitwise format
autobind
Enable auto bind over unix domain socket (LDAPI) support
auto-dn-suffix
Enable auto bind with auto dn suffix over unix domain socket (LDAPI) support
ldapi
Enable LDAP over unix domain socket (LDAPI) support

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This is the core part of 389 Directory Server -- technically, all you need for an LDAP deployment, although many will want to install 389-ds-admin for the graphical management capabilities, too.

After emerge, to set up your LDAP server, run:

# setup-ds.pl

If you want the Apache-based graphical admin console set up, along with your LDAP server, emerge 389-ds-admin and run:

# setup-ds-admin.pl

This will set up both for you, and then you will be able to remotely manage your LDAP server using the Java-based Package:389 Directory Server Console.