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Looking to add SLES10SP4 to your OES2 servers?
Web interface for Monitoring and Repairing Time Synchronisation on your OES Server in the Tree.
With 2011 fully upon us, let's take a look at what the industry should expect in the year ahead. The past year was as full of business and technical innovations as any in memory, and there's no reason to expect less from 2011. Here are five predictions about Linux, cloud and appliances to help you prepare your organization for 2011.
Submitted by: mjapplebaum on Thu. 01.06.2011
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers
Topic: Cloud, Emerging Technologies, Intelligent Workload Management, Linux, Linux Usage, Open Source, software appliances, virtual appliances, Virtualization, VMware
Product: Linux, Open Enterprise Server, openSUSE, SUSE Appliance Program, SUSE Appliance Toolkit, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z, SUSE Studio
Getpass 2.1 - Universal Password Retrieval Utility **UPDATED**
This Linux utility retrieves a user's password from eDirectory and displays it in plain text. This tool has been updated to work on all versions of SLES without library conflicts.
openSLP gets new updates for OES2 and SLES10 to enable caching of SLP service entries.
Submitted by: gldavis on Fri. 07.23.2010
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: All-Tech OES, Open Source
Product: Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10
Updated: Since the release of eDirectory 8.8.0 support for multiple instances of eDirectory on a single box has been available. Using the ndsconfig and especially the newer ndsmanage tool configuring multiple instances of eDirectory is also very easy to do. One feature that has been missing since that time has been the ability to start/stop multiple instances as easily as one can start/stop the first root-based eDirectory instance of a root-installed eDirectory during startup/shutdown. The time has come to overcome that.
Submitted by: aburgemeister on Wed. 06.09.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Identity and Security
Topic: Administration, BASH, Linux, Scripting, Tools and Utilities, UNIX
Product: eDirectory, Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server