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Also, for large networks, you might have a look at this:

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Date: Sat, 19 Jun 1999 00:24:28 -0500 (CDT)
From: Jonathan Abbey <jonabbey@arlut.utexas.edu>
Reply-To: ganymede@arlut.utexas.edu
To: ganymede@arlut.utexas.edu
Subject: [Ganymede] Ganymede 0.99.2 released

For those of you not on the announce list..

Ganymede 0.99.2 is now available for download at




Ganymede is a GPL'ed network directory management system written in
Java, providing support for team management of NIS, DNS, etc.


This is a bug-fix and documentation release.  The biggest bug fixed is
that the admin console will now work properly from the Java plug-in on
Windows.  A number of bugs were fixed in the permissions and security
system in the server as well, and one logging improvement.

In the documentation arena, dozens of classes in the Ganymede server
have had javadocs written and/or expanded.  Most of the key classes in
the Ganymede server now have mini-essays in the javadocs header,
describing the use of the class, as well as hyperlinks to the main
classes that interact with the class.  It should be possible to learn
a lot about how the server works by going to the 'server javadocs'
link in the Ganymede documentation and following links around.

Despite all the work that went into improving the javadocs, I still
think that documentation is one of Ganymede's weakest areas.  You can
help!  Any feedback you could give about any aspect of Ganymede's
documentation or operations would be greatly appreciated.. we really
don't get very much e-mail at this point.  It would be nice to hear
success stories as well as critical comments on the documentation and
problems with the software.

(See http://www.arlut.utexas.edu/gash2/CHANGES or the Announce list
announcement for a full list of changes)

Jonathan Abbey 				              jonabbey@arlut.utexas.edu
Applied Research Laboratories                 The University of Texas at Austin
Ganymede, a free NIS/DNS management system    http://www.arlut.utexas.edu/gash2

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