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  LDAP in Mac OS X Server
Subject:   OS X and Linux LDAP?
Date:   2004-06-08 00:02:47
From:   tonywilliams
Response to: OS X and Linux LDAP?

The hard part of doing this is to get the right schema and populate the records properly. You can install OpenLDAP easily on a Linux box (or any OS X Mac for that matter) but getting the right information into it is a huge hurdle.


Of course you don't need an XServe to run OS X Server. You could for your network just get a copy of Panther Server - the 10 client version is still serious money at $499 in the US but it will save you a great deal of time and trouble. Install it on the fastest of your home Macs and you should have no problems.


Once you have OS X Server there are even more facilities you can provide than just single sign on and shared Home folders.


Tony Williams



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  • OS X and Linux LDAP?
    2006-05-21 14:50:39  fhuddles [View]

    Did anyone ever succeed in actually doing this? It looks like the last entry was just suggesting the purchase of OS X Server. I'm trying to find out if there's a way to do it, and how.
    Thanks,

    Frank Huddleston