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Ubuntu Directory Service: Canonical Seeks Help

Mar 05, 2009, 22:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Panettieri)

[ Thanks to The VAR Guy for this link. ]

"Canonical replied to my inquiry last night. According to Nick Barcet, Canonical's Ubuntu Server product manager:

""OpenLDAP is our LDAP implementation of choice in Ubuntu Server Edition. Around it we are putting together the base configuration and tools that we need to offer a better "out of the box" experience. In 8.10 we implemented a method for schema update to be automatically replicated to multiple OpenLDAP instances in the network. 9.04 should implement the basis of certificate management as well as a saner default DIT."

"Ubuntu 9.04, code-named Jaunty Jackalope, is scheduled to debut April 23. Here's a first look at the operating system."

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