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Description of problem:
I tried managing an OpenLDAP directory using GQ just to find out that it isn't
included anymore. I couldn't find any other LDAP administration tool.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to start gq
2. gq doesn't start up
3. Try to install the gq rpm... it doesn't exist.
Actual Results: No GQ is installed, no GQ can be found on the RedHat Linux 8.0
Expected Results: GQ should start.
I noticed gq was listed as 'no longer included' in 8.0.
Why? It's the only LDAP gui I could find that was of any use to me...
*very* useful when debugging an ldap directory, and in particular when
developing Samba's LDAP support...
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I just reassignet this bug to RHEL4. GQ, which is well maintained again, is
still missing in RHEL4 and I think it's a must to include this tool with an
enterprise distribution which also includes openldap. My own gq rpm is here and
I recommend it for inclusion in the next RHEL release (Yes, it's not my first
package which has been included in RHEL).
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