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Sun Jun 29 21:20:01 UTC 2008
On Sun, 29 Jun 2008 16:53:36 -0400 "Greg Wallace" <gtewallace at gmail.com>
Top posting fixed. Please don't.
>On Sun, Jun 29, 2008 at 4:10 PM, Scott Kitterman <ubuntu at kitterman.com>
>> On Sun, 29 Jun 2008 15:52:09 -0400 "Greg Wallace" <gtewallace at gmail.com>
>> >Hi all,
>> >I want to add one more option to the list - www.netdirector.org
>> >release 3.2 which went on SourceForge last week moves the project to
>> >fixes some bugs, adds some features and, importantly for folks here,
>> >a deb package for easily installing NetDirector's server manager.
>> >the release notes for
>> In my experience upstream Debian packaging ranges from poor to very poor.
>> Do they provide a source package that we can review?
>> How do they manage other package's config files?
>> Scott K
>Yes - The source for 3.2 is also available on SourceForge.
>NetDirector manages the following services or packages across the major
>linux distros as well as
> - http
> - DNS
> - DHCP
> - vs-ftp
> - NFS
> - Samba
> - Sendmail
> - Postfix
>In addition to these services which you can manage with the base NetDirector
>install, there are also the following plugins that can be installed into a
>live NetDirector deployment. All future service modules will be added as
> - Kerberos
> - LDAP
> - RHN Satellite (rls 4)
> - SSH Plugin - allows secure ssh that uses NetDirector's role-based
> permissions so admins can manually configure anything running on a
> NetDirector managed server
>I hope that answers the question.
No. Neither of them actually.
By source package I mean the debian directory that has the information that
was used to build the .debs they provide.
As an example of the config file question, if I want to add a Postfix
service in /etc/postfix/master.cf to feed mail back into Postfix from
amavisd-new after content filtering, can it support that, how does it
manage to modify the Postfix owned config file, will it break if I've
already made other changes to the file?
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