Ds_systemd_ask_password_acl

Ds_systemd_ask_password_acl

ds_systemd_ask_password_acl

389 Directory Server suite – server

Maintainer: Debian FreeIPA Team



Section: net

Install ds_systemd_ask_password_acl

  • Debian apt-get install 389-ds-base Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install 389-ds-base Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install 389-ds-base Click to copy
  • CentOS yum install 389-ds-base Click to copy
  • Fedora dnf install 389-ds-base Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install 389-ds-base Click to copy

389-ds-base

389 Directory Server suite - server

Based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), the 389 Directory Server is designed to manage large directories of users and resources robustly and scalably. Its key features include: * four-way multi-master replication; * great scalability; * extensive documentation; * Active Directory user and group synchronization; * secure authentication and transport; * support for LDAPv3; * graphical management console; * on-line, zero downtime update of schema, configuration, and in-tree Access Control Information.

Install the latest version of ds_systemd_ask_password_acl in Debian, Ubuntu, Kali, CentOS, Fedora and Raspbian from terminal. To install the ds_systemd_ask_password_acl just copy the above command for your OS and run into terminal. After you run the command it will grab the latest version of ds_systemd_ask_password_acl from the respository and install it in your computer/server.