All releases of 389 Directory Server

  •  02 Dec 2009 20:58
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    Release Notes: This release adds a named pipe log script and contains a few bugfixes.

    •  04 Nov 2009 16:44
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      Release Notes: Support for Salted MD5 (SMD5) passwords (primarily for migration, not for new passwords). A couple of bugfixes. There is also a new version of Windows Password Sync 1.1.2 with support for Windows Server 2008 and 2003, both 64-bit and 32-bit.

      •  09 Oct 2009 16:11
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        Release Notes: This release has the ability to set resource limits (sizelimit, timelimit, and look through limit) specifically for anonymous connections. Access can be based on the security strength of the connection. The ability to shut off anonymous access has been added. Some bugs have been fixed.

        •  27 Aug 2009 14:03
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          Release Notes: Version 1.2.1 contained several bugs ranging from very annoying to very severe. This version fixes these bugs. There are two new packages: 389-ds-base-1.2.2-1 and 389-admin-1.1.8-4 (which is an RPM packaging change only).

          •  17 Aug 2009 15:35
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            Release Notes: Simple Paged Results, Entry USN, support for data validation based on syntax, several new syntaxes and matching rules, attribute linking, support for the dereference control, and more.

            •  06 Apr 2009 16:33
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              Release Notes: Server to Server connection improvements (startTLS, SASL, and Kerberos). 64-bit counters. The ability to turn off anonymous bind operations. Access Control: dynamic group/role look-up. remove-ds.pl: remove a directory server instance. remove-ds-admin.pl: wipe out everything. New Windows Console and Windows Password Sync. Over 200 bugfixes, including fixes for some security problems and memory leaks.

              •  25 Sep 2008 21:21
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                Release Notes: A minor bugfix in the Windows Sync code.

                •  16 Sep 2008 17:42
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                  •  15 Jan 2008 21:44
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                    Release Notes: Fedora Directory Server 1.1 has been split into discrete yum packages. Most of the packages are in Fedora or will be shortly. Installation is now done easily with yum. Filesystem Hierarchy Standard paths are now used instead of the /opt filesystem, for tighter OS integration. Many bugfixes have been made.

                    •  11 Feb 2007 08:04
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                      Release Notes: Bugfixes were made in setup to prevent the setup scripts from breaking the server.

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