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Month: July 2017

Setting Up Apache WebDAV Storage With LDAP Authentication

Setting Up Apache WebDAV Storage With LDAP Authentication

Hey there! Let’s talk about WebDAV today. If you don’t know what WebDAV is, I recommend you to read this wiki. It stands for Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning. It is a set of extensions to HTTP that facilitates collaborative editing and file management.┬áIn a nutshell, it enables write permission to the users, who used to have only read access afforded by HTTP. Nowadays, it can also be utilized by collaboration and versioning systems like SVN and GIT. Now, without…

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Deploying OpenLDAP server on CentOS7 – Getting Started Guide

Deploying OpenLDAP server on CentOS7 – Getting Started Guide

Hello there! In this post, I’m going to cover the installation and initial configuration of open-source directory server called OpenLDAP. The platform I’m using here is CentOS 7. So, if you’re on different distribution or maybe in different version, the mentioned steps might slightly vary. What is OpenLDAP? OpenLDAP is an open-source implementation of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, which is developed and maintained by OpenLDAP Project. LDAP is a platform-independent protocol and most of the linux distribution utilizes it for…

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