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If you really must have more information about me, see my home node [perlmonks.org] at PerlMonks [perlmonks.org] or my journal [exitwound.org] at exitwound.org.

Journal of shockme (2685)

Wednesday December 17, 2003
10:16 PM

LDAP and Fluxbox

[ #16402 ]

In my never-ending quest to be completely unpredictable and totally random, I am now entrenched (neck deep) in installing/configuring/using OpenLDAP.

My experience with anything LDAP stands at an astounding 0.001%. I'm mightily impressed and understandably proud.

I did get it loaded, and gq is displaying everything the way I'd expect to see it. But, I'm not seeing/understanding:

  • The relationship between Person and Group;
  • Squirrelmail refuses to use LDAP as an addressbook.

Such fun ...

I set up a www Group, which I hope to eventually use to authenticate certain parts of my website. You know, for personal and private reasons. Reasons that have nothing whatsoever to do with pr0n.

The Debian documentation is painfully limited. The remaining documentation is painfully limited.

But, the future is bright, and I have alot of beer. And that's what really matters.

On a completely unrelated note (as if anything in any of my entries is ever releated), given my abject and complete failure to get the e17 CVS to compile, a friend of mine convinced me to give FluxBox a whirl.

It's okay. The inability to middle-click on a title bar and shade a window is endlessly (click .... click click ... click ... oh, yeah) annoying, but it has several offerings that I've immediately taken to.

But e17 promises so much ... I'm not giving up. As God as my witness, as long as there's beer, I will not give up.

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