SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 126 Issue 4 2008-08-31 Article 20348 from section "SysAdmin's Section"

Article explains how to configure Open DS as a naming service for clients running OpenSolaris and Solaris

OpenDS is an open-source, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) directory-server project that is written entirely in the Java
programming language. The project, which just shipped its release
1.0.0, is gaining momentum with an ever-growing community of
committers, contributors, and users.

Mazen Arakji and Ludovic Poitou wrote an article explaining how to
install and configure OpenDS as a naming service for UNIX clients
that run OpenSolaris Operating System. The procedures in this series
also apply to the Solaris 10 OS. Part 2 will steps you through the
advanced configurations: setting up the directory service for UNIX
user authentication, configuring for Digest-MD5 or CRAM-MD5
authentication, configuring clients, and so forth.UNIX user
authentication, configuring for Digest-MD5 or CRAM-MD5
authentication, configuring clients, and so forth

Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/g?A=20348

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