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Re: LDAP GUI clients (Petter Reinholdtsen's blog)

On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 10:33:20AM -0500, Ross J. Reedstrom wrote:
> Hello Petter (and the list):
> As requested, I'm forwarding comments here about what GUI clients seem
> to work for LDAP. I've used "gq" for some time. It seems to work for
> browsing as well as updating values, though I haven't tried major tree
> surgery (moving objects, removing subtrees) with it. This is the classic
> sort of area that I find a gui useful, if it's sufficently powerful: I
> do LDAP maintenance seldom enough that I tend to forget the finicky (but
> powerful) syntax. If I need to do more than update a few values (repoint
> someone's NFS automount homedir, for ex.) I refresh the neurons needed
> to write the ldapmodify script.

I should mention, it looks like gq was packaged for etch, lost for
lenny, but is back in sid.

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