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Re: Directory enabled distribution

Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> writes:
> No, LDAP has been around longer, and NDS is based on it, iirc (I could
> be wrong on this factoid). Actually directories have been around a long
> time, think back to X500, which is where LDAP finds it roots.

Nope.  Both are descendents of X.500, so they're siblings if anything,
and NDS has been around for nearly a decade, while LDAP is what, 5
years old?

(who also administers Novell servers)

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