The stock script has been modified in many places: Better installer, way more error handling, support for SSL connections provide a certificate file or just let the script get it from Sentinel directly SUSE standardized config setup in /etc/sysconfig creates rcscript symlink in /usr/sbin removed ugly hack for finding running instances of itself init script…
This document explains how to make iManager work with Apache in a modern server environment without support for mod_jk. The servers tested are x86_64 RHEL6 / CentOS6 but these instructions apply to SUSE platforms as well.
An update to the verry handy cool solution Sample Code – LDAPNetAddr
I found that recently our edir returned an addresstype 9 (tcp) instead of 1 (IP), which wasn’t handled correctly by the sample code. I’ve modified the code to handle these addresses correctly.
During the iPrint migration, all of the drivers are migrated, the existing printers are renamed adding _NW to the end of the names, and the new iPrint Printers are created. The users assigned to the old printers are assigned to the new printers as well, but there is a caveat. That only allows the users to install the printers from the web page at http://serveraddress/ipp. It does not force install the printers for the users. Here is how you can work around this.
Here’s the latest in a series of articles written by Andy Swiffin on “Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Manager with eDirectory”.
Neil Cashell explains how Novell Access Manager can be used to single sign on to Google Apps using SAML2.
This article by Eduardo Barragan and Neil Cashell describes a SAML2 SP-initiated SSO exchange between a Novell Access Manager 3.1 SAML2 Service Provider (SP) and a Shibboleth SAML2 Identity Provider (IdP).
Like SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), maintaining local accounts for either system administrators or general users can be a real pain if you have more than one AIX server.
Centralized user accounts can minimize the impact of forced password changes and account administration. eDirectory and LDAP and AIX provides us with a solution to allow users to login to the AIX server using their existing eDirectory accounts, thus eliminating the need for repetitious, multi-server user administration.