In this article, we will explore LDAP concepts such as schema, ObjectClasses and attributes — these will help us build an LDAP server capable …
In the second part of the series on OpenLDAP, we’ll cover rootdn password encryption with slappasswd, understand slapd.conf file structure, disable anonymous directory reads, …
Let us begin this series on LDAP by setting up OpenLDAP on our machines and unravelling its mysteries as the series progresses. OpenLDAP is …
Presenting a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Fedora mirror.
Here’s how to write a few simple scripts and then schedule them to run at a specified time using the at utility.
This article explains VBA support in OpenOffice.org, including the build process of Go-oo.
This article explores the various methods of managing the networking stack using application-level C programs, kernel-level C programs, the proc filesystem, etc.
The ‘make’ utility is one of the cleverest tools in the world of open source. It can be used in a variety of situations that are not just limited to programming. This article explores a little-known feature of ‘make’.
Networking is very interesting and I’m sure many of us would like to experiment with it, but the unavailability of laboratories with sufficient computers is a stumbling block. What if I tell you that you can turn any computer into a network device at no extra cost?
Looking for a way to stream your music over the home network? MPD (Music Player Daemon) with the Icecast server could be a viable option.