Fedora Directory Server Project
The Fedora Directory Server is a robust, scalable open-source server designed to manage large directories of users and resources. It is based on an open-systems server protocol called the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
Chris Blizzard - <blizzard AT redhat.com>, Project Contact
- Fedora-directory-announce - Announcements for the Fedora Directory server project
- Fedora-directory-commits - List of CVS commits to the Fedora Directory server project
- Fedora-directory-devel - Fedora Directory server developer discussion.
- Fedora-directory-users - General discussion list for the Fedora Directory server project.
For more details about the Fedora Directory Server project, visit the website at  .
To get access to a CVS tree for anonymous read-only access, you will need to do the following:
- set your CVSROOT variable:
CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/dirsec export CVSROOT
- Log into the CVS server using an empty password when asked for the anonymous password (just press Enter):
cvs login (press Enter when prompted for the password)
- Checkout your desired module.
cvs checkout ldapserver
As an alternative, you can use the ViewCVS web interface.
CVS commits are sent to the fedora-directory-commits mailing list .