This is the command fusiondirectory-setup that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
fusiondirectory-setup - FusionDirectory setup script
This script is designed to perform multiple checks on your FusionDirectory/LDAP
architecture, and fix usual misconfiguration. Some extra features allow you to install
FusionDirectory's plugins, and change destinations directories.
This option update the /var/cache/fusiondirectory/class.cache file. Wich contain PHP
classes used in FusionDirectory, and their location.
This option update internalization, by generating a new .mo locales file for each
language, with every .po files it found. Needs msgcat and msgfmt to be installed.
This option perform a check on all FusionDirectory's files or directories.
This option perform a check on FusionDirectory's config file.
This option check your LDAP tree. Looking for admin account, and groups or people
branch. If one of those don't exists, the script will ask you what to do.
This option add FusionDirectory attributes to the people branch.
This option will migrated old GOsa style acl from 1.0.7 into FusionDirectory acl roles
This option will install the plugin from a tar.gz of the plugin. This option is
intended for people wanting to install from the sources.
This option will encrypt the password inside your fusiondirectory.conf file, it need
the headers module to be activated in your apache to work.
This option will parse the file variables_common.inc of FusionDirectory to find out
which version of FusionDirectory is installed.
This option will list the variables you can change to install FusionDirectory on
another set of directories. This option is intended for people wanting to install from
This option will write back the variables.inc file with the updated variables and is
only useful with --set-VAR=variable and for people installing from sources.
This option will change the variable for the FusionDirectory installation. it is only
useful with --install-directories and for people installing from sources.
This option will list the deprecated attributes and objectclasses still in your
schemas and no longer used by FusionDirectory.
This option will list the dn of LDAP entries using deprecated attributes or
objectclasses and no longer used by FusionDirectory.
This option will print an LDIF to allow you to remove deprecated attributes from you
ldap server. Be carefull and check before applying.
This flag will answer "yes" to every yes/no question asked by the script
benoit@catbert$ fusiondirectory-setup --update-cache --update-locales
Update FusionDirectory class cache and update localization
benoit@catbert$ fusiondirectory-setup --list-vars
List possible vars to give --set
benoit@catbert$ fusiondirectory-setup --set-class_cache=class.cache --write-vars
update the class.cache name and write back the variables.inc file
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