ldapscripts 2.0.8-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


ldapscripts (2.0.8-1ubuntu1) artful; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/runtime.debian: replaced /etc/libnss-ldap.conf references by

ldapscripts (2.0.8-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 2.0.8
  * debian/patches refreshed.

 -- Bhavani Shankar <email address hidden>  Wed, 02 Aug 2017 11:27:24 +0530

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ldapscripts_2.0.8-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.xz 7.9 KiB b692deab572ab29a52fb4ae1938dbb4e0f5924163477e0a8f67205ab63f5e393
ldapscripts_2.0.8-1ubuntu1.dsc 1.5 KiB 7e738d41968b73e7723623c49832a3fc93d366811d4695bfc369ea587a443fd3

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ldapscripts: Add and remove users and groups (stored in a LDAP directory)

 Ldapscripts are shell scripts that allow management of POSIX accounts (users,
 groups, machines) in a LDAP directory. They are similar to smbldap-tools
 but are written in shellscript, not Perl.
 They only require OpenLDAP client commands (ldapadd, ldapdelete, ldapsearch,
 ldapmodify, ldappasswd) and make administrator's work a lot easier avoiding
 the need to configure Perl and each library dependency (e.g. Net::LDAP).
 These scripts are very simple to configure by not requiring any Samba-related
 information (SID, profiles, homes, etc): management of Samba attributes is
 entirely done by standard commands (net, smbpasswd and pdbedit) used together
 with the scripts. Moreover, most of the configuration is guessed from the
 one of nslcd, and everything should work out from the box for most users.
 The scripts may be used independently - within command lines - or
 automatically by Samba (like smbldap-tools), to handle POSIX information
 within accounts before adding Samba information.