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Node Director

The Node Director is a system management application for centralized user and host management in heterogenous system environments. It features directory management, software distribution, service configuration, and much more. It includes a command line and a Web based frontend.

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  •  12 Jan 2009 05:55

    Release Notes: The rewritten database init mechanism makes it easier to install an initial repository and bring old ones up to date. A new binary release package format (tar) has been added on user request. This release includes a preview of the new system-documentation functionality.

    •  07 Sep 2006 16:23

      Release Notes: This release of the Web user interface contains the usability improvements of BigSWAF 0.12, a domaintemplates wizard, and various new dialogs, e.g. for application subscriptions.

      •  01 Sep 2006 13:06

        Release Notes: This release adds domain templates functionality and an LDAP schema change in preparation for the forthcoming 0.12 release of the Web frontend BigClerk.

        •  10 Aug 2006 16:00

          Release Notes: The famous last stability bug(tm) has been fixed. The new sophisticated host-assigned users functionality helps keep permission management under control for large server populations. The reference manual is more complete.

          •  27 Feb 2006 15:46

            Release Notes: This release includes a conservatively revised look as well as new functionality: the new class hierarchy view allows to browse persons and hosts by their class structure. A new "group membership" dialog makes adding persons to groups easy. Special object type specific functionality is now directly accessible via the context menu of the main window.

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