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Re: cn=Config GUI was: Re: ldap on Ubuntu 10.0.4

Marcio Merlone <marcio.merlone@a1.ind.br> writes:

>  Em 03-08-2010 17:12, Howard Chu escreveu:
>> Chris Jacobs wrote:
>>> This has been asked before - and the response has always been any
>>> gui ldap
>> browser - like apache directory studio.
>> I used to use jxplorer but that seems not to be actively maintained
>> these days. I would definitely use Apache Directory Studio if I
>> wanted a GUI now.
>>> Nothing (yet) for editing cn=config specifically yet.
> I know of some LDAP GUI for editing entries, but my question was
> specifically about a hi-level tool, where you don't have to care about
> semantics and rules, attributes, etc. Something where you can change
> "Debug level" using a drop-down or multiple checkbox choices instead
> of "olcLogLevel", just to illustrate what I mean.

Why don't you create your own tools? http://pastebin.de/8800 shows a
perl script on how to modify loglevel.
Furthermore you may have a look at http://web2ldap.de which provides a
python based graphical user interface.


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