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PROGRAM:

NAME


fusiondirectory-setup - FusionDirectory setup script

DESCRIPTION


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.

Options
--update-cache
This option update the /var/cache/fusiondirectory/class.cache file. Wich contain PHP
classes used in FusionDirectory, and their location.

--update-locales
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.

--check-directories
This option perform a check on all FusionDirectory's files or directories.

--check-config
This option perform a check on FusionDirectory's config file.

--check-ldap
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.

--migrate-users
This option add FusionDirectory attributes to the people branch.

--migrate-acls
This option will migrated old GOsa style acl from 1.0.7 into FusionDirectory acl roles
in 1.0.8

--install-plugins
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.

--encrypt-passwords
This option will encrypt the password inside your fusiondirectory.conf file, it need
the headers module to be activated in your apache to work.

--show-version
This option will parse the file variables_common.inc of FusionDirectory to find out
which version of FusionDirectory is installed.

--list_vars
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
the sources.

--write-vars
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.

--set-VAR=variable
This option will change the variable for the FusionDirectory installation. it is only
useful with --install-directories and for people installing from sources.

--list-deprecated
This option will list the deprecated attributes and objectclasses still in your
schemas and no longer used by FusionDirectory.

--check-deprecated
This option will list the dn of LDAP entries using deprecated attributes or
objectclasses and no longer used by FusionDirectory.

--ldif-deprecated
This option will print an LDIF to allow you to remove deprecated attributes from you
ldap server. Be carefull and check before applying.

--yes
This flag will answer "yes" to every yes/no question asked by the script

EXAMPLE


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
locale_cache_dir [locale]
config_file [fusiondirectory.conf]
fd_cache [/var/cache/fusiondirectory]
fd_smarty_dir [/usr/share/php/smarty3]
fd_spool_dir [/var/spool/fusiondirectory]
fai_log_dir [fai]
tmp_dir [tmp]
secrets_file [fusiondirectory.secrets]
template_dir [template]
locale_dir [locale]
class_cache [class.cache]
fd_config_dir [/etc/fusiondirectory]
fd_home [/var/www/fusiondirectory]

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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