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Re: Ldap HOWTO's content proposition
I agree with Giuseppe : the Ldap Howto should conserv
it´s basic general structure and add a a general
description of SSL/TLS and SASL.
However, the Howto has a section called Aditional
Informations and Features. On this section some
like Roaming Access, Authentication, Address Book, etc
can be removed or can just point to the Ldap
Also a new topic should be added to the Introduction
Section of the Howto explaining the context of the
document and the context of the Ldap Integration
These measures will help people to find quickly what
they´re looking for (related to Ldap) and will not
impact the users that are accostumed with the actual
Regards, Luiz Malère.
--- Giuseppe Lo Biondo <Giuseppe.LoBiondo@mi.infn.it>
> On Thu, 31 Aug 2000, Roel van Meer wrote:
> > proposition:
> > Content of the Ldap HOWTO:
> > - General Ldap build, installation and
> configuration instructions
> > - Ldap replication.
> > - ACL's and security
> > - Performance (indexing)
> > Content of the Ldap Integration HOWTO:
> > - Ldap-nis
> > - Samba (when it gets ldap support)
> > - DNS
> > - Sendmail (both mailhost and fallback)
> > - (Netscape) Roaming access
> > - Security issues for the above
> > - Schemas used.
> > - SSL
> > - SASL
> ... maybe a general description of SSL/TLS and SASL
> should be in the
> general LDAP HOWTO too, since it is somehow part of
> > - wrappers
> SSL wrappers.
> > - Publishing digital certificates with LDAP.
> > - Radius
> > - Addressbooks
> > - Performance issues for the above
> > - Tips & Tricks, Troubleshooting.
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