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Re: Idea for storing LTSP configuration in LDAP

Le Monday 12 July 2010 13:38:32 Petter Reinholdtsen, vous avez écrit :
> [Petter Reinholdtsen]
> > This is a untested draft implementation, and I welcome feedback on
> > this approach.  A real LDAP schema for the ltspClientAux objectclass
> > need to be written.  Comments, suggestions, etc?
> I commited an extended implementation with draft LDAP schema to svn.
> This extended implementation will look for default settings in a LDAP
> object matching (cn=ltspConfigDefault), and look for a object matching
> (associatedDomain=$hostname) if the a object matching the MAC address
> was not found.
> I also rewrote the code to avoid the shell forking a subprocess, and
> thus make sure the variables are passed on as it should.
> The draft LDAP schema will allow configuration to be added to any LDAP
> object.  I am sure some attributes are missing, but added the ones I
> found/remembered.  I have not written a LDAP schema before, so I am
> sure it is full of bugs. :)
> The approach is completely untested, and I lack the testbench to test
> it.  Anyone interested in testing this?

i'am interested in testing all things reltaed to ldap but i need i better 
understanding of debian edu first

does ltsp5 come with is how schema ?

Benoit Mortier
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