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    Linux User cheesecake42's Avatar
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    gui for ldap

    anybody know of any good gui front ends for openldap or any other ldap serving software?

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    Linux Newbie objuan's Avatar
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    Jul 2006
    There is no Gui for ldap that I know of , it is strictly command line.

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    I'm not sure if it supports all of LDAP's functions, but Webmin allows you to administrate the basics at least.

    Webmin Homepage: Webmin
    LDAP Client Docs: LDAPClient
    LDAP User Admin docs: LDAPUsersAndGroups

    Hope it helps.

    Ok here's another one I just found on my little googling spree!

    LDAP Browser/Editor

    Note: I've never tried any of these LDAP Gui's so I can't comment as to how great/terrible they are.

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    Smile And another one

    Ok one last one (but only cause I'm thinking of setting up LDAP myself) and I know I'm going to forget all these links, but when I google again next time, hopefully I'll hit the same post

    Yala: Yala

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    Super Moderator Roxoff's Avatar
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    I use Fedora Directory Server - it's a standalone LDAP server package, and comes with a full java-based UI. Personally I find it easier to use than OpenLDAP, and it's still Open Source.
    Linux user #126863 - see

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    Try phpLdapAdmin.
    Strictly speaking, it's not a GUI, but it's the most useful-and-nice frontend I found


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