Fedora Directory Server announced

On June 1, The Fedora Project announced the Fedora Directory Server, which is a robust, scalable open-source server designed to manage large directories of users and resources. It is based on an open-systems server protocol called the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).

The Binary packages include both the Directory Server and the Management Console and Admin Server. Binary packages are available for both Linux and Solaris. Source for the Management Console and Admin Server are not yet available, but will be soon.

Download: Fedora Directory Server

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I would like to know when there going to get wireless devices working. I HATE trying to get my laptops wireless working on my network. Such a pain.

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