19 Sep 2013
 
Tirasa

Java REST client library for Apache Syncope 1.2.0

Written by ilgrosso

Starting with recent SNAPSHOTs releases of 1.2.0, it has become fairly easy to call Apache Syncope via REST from your Java application.

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26 Jul 2013
 

Using 389 Directory Server with Apache Syncope

Written by apatricelli

389 Directory Server is an Open Source LDAP server by Fedora, valid alternative to other implementations like as Apache DS, OpenLDAP or OpenDJ: let's see how to install it and use it with Apache Syncope.

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18 Jul 2013
 

How to store user password only on external resources with Apache Syncope

Written by mdisabatino

Today we see how to create a user without saving the password in the Apache Syncope repository. The user password will be stored only on Active Directory.

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17 Jul 2013
 

Remember: hardware comes first

Written by ilgrosso

My work companion is still the good old HP Envy 14 1100 that I wrote about a while ago: it is getting old after 2 years and a half, of course, but Linux helps me keeping it young.

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16 Jul 2013
 
Tirasa

Apache Syncope and Microsoft Shared Folders

Written by fabio

Shared Folders are used to manage shared resources over a network. Users may specify folders to share with other computers on a network. All computers on the network, depending on settings, may view and possibly modify the shared folder's content.

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12 Jul 2013
 
Tirasa

Rename ldap entry via ldapmodify

Written by fabio

Wow, today I learned a wonderful thing: the ldif syntax to rename an ldap/AD entry. If you want to rename "mario.rossi" with "Mario Rossi" you can do the following.

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05 Jul 2013
 

Linux 3.10, the Radeon flicker-stopper

Written by ilgrosso

Yesterday my dearest Siduction made me dist-upgrade to latest Linux kernel 3.10. I must admit I was a bit afraid at first (you know, running a kernel sooooo recent on a Debian box always smells "atypical"...) but I was confident enough in the GRUB power to take the risk.

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