a console based LDAP user management tool
CPU is a suitable replacement for the useradd/usermod/userdel utilities for
administrators using an LDAP backend and wishing to have a suite of command
line tools for doing the administration.
CPU for Debian
Please pay attention: /etc/cpu/cpu.conf has been configured by you for the
first time using debconf. Anyway feel free to make changes to that file:
the package management will respect any changes you make.
Also you can tweak the permission on that file: any user with the ability
to read it will be able to manage your LDAP directory. This way yo
CPU is a utility consisting of a set of plugins that allow an administrator to
administer a wide range of different authentication backends. Current plugins
include support for LDAP and a partially completed flat file plugin.
Particularly neat features are listed at the bottom of this file.
Grab the latest source tarball from cpu.sf.net and do the followin
cpu (1.4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
A bug in the software has been corrected: now the configuration variable
USER_CN_STRING is actually read and used, whereas in version 1.4.0 it was
mistakenly ignored, defaulting to "cn".
As such it is likely that cpu will not be able to find your users and
modify them, if you created them with one of the affected versions of this
cpu.conf - cpu c
cpu - a user adm
cpu - A tool for
cpu (1.4.3-11.3) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix pending l10n issues. Debc
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