Fusiondirectory is an infrastructure manager. It allows you to manage users, groups, services, servers, workstations, and the deployment of operating systems and software. All these operations are feasible from a Web interface.
|Tags||System Administration Internet web admin interface LDAP Deployment Configuration Management|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix-like|
|Translations||French English Spanish German Polish Russian Italiano Portuguese Spanish (Venezuelan)|
Release Notes: This minor release correct some bugs, including a problem where the user button was not appearing in the menu when account expiration was activated. There were other cleanups.
Release Notes: This release sees many plugins converted to the Simple Plugin framework. New plugins include alias, autofs, dsa, debconf, freeradius, opsi, puppet, supann, sympa management. Many bugfixes. This is the long term release that will be supported for 2 years.
Release Notes: This release added Simple Plugin, a new plugin framework. A new dashboard view plugin was included. Support for PHP 5.4 and Smarty 3 was added. Spanish and Spanish Venezuelan translations were updated, and Dutch was added. Provisioning of Windows PCs from the Web interface was implemented. Attributes were added to help with the use of the printer section with OPSI.
Release Notes: New plugins: argonaut - all the service of the argonaut management and deployment system are now managed inside the LDAP tree; openstack compute - management of the Openstack Web framework users; quota - management of user quota on shares; supann - management of the French supann norm for universities and research centers.
Release Notes: The netgroup plugin is now an official plugin, and is used by the Debian Edu people. The rsyslog plugin allows you to read and search the logs of all your machines and the FusionDirectory audit trail. The fusiondirectory-setup command replaces update-fusiondirectory and allows maintenance of FusionDirectory in console mode. FusionDirectory installation was enhanced to support various Linux distributions and BSD. JSON RPC support was introduced to allow the management of Linux installations with the new argonaut server.