Enterprise Directory Services and Linux
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"First and foremost, Linux vendors need to ship fully configured LDAP and Kerberos servers with their distributions with full-fledged database back ends, not just a DBM-style library, as is currently the case. The single hardest part of either of these systems is the setup. Wizards need to be provided (the existing ones in most distributions are dreadfully inadequate) that make the configuration of parameters simple and activate available schemas without forcing the administrator to become either an expert in LDAP or Kerberos."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Jul 10, 2003 )
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