Sam Tran a écrit :
On 7/5/05, uffe(a)loop.to <uffe(a)loop.to> wrote:
Rich Megginson wrote:
Sam Tran wrote:
On 7/5/05, Rich Megginson <rmeggins(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Sam Tran wrote:
When are you planning to release the management console and admin
server source code?
Probably before the end of the year. We can't yet provide dates.
Are you planning to have a Windows version of the management console?
It would be really convenient for admins who have a Windows box.
I don't know if we will have an "officially supported version" for
Windows, but you will be able to run it on Windows. You can run it
right now if you know the java class and arguments - it's just a
java/swing application. The startconsole binary just sets up the
environment, classpath, ld library path, etc. then invokes java.
with only a little more hassle one can build or download the Win32 bits
of JSS, NSS and NSPR from mozilla.org
and get SSL going too. Those are
the only native parts of the Console besides the startconsole wrapper.
That will allow your Console to connect to the Admin Server via https
and the Directory Server via ldaps. It'll also be less fussy when
creating ldaps replication agreements.
Launch the Console in debug mode with "startconsole -D" to see how to
invoke java to get the Console to run.
Thanks Rich and Uffe for your help.
It would be nice to have a HOWTO for that.
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This is how I proceeded to get the console working under Windows :
* made a c:\fedora directory on my windows box and copied
/opt/fedora-ds/java and /opt/fedora-ds/lib from red hat box to windows box
* started console on the red hat box with the -D command line option like
Rich recommended, and obtained the full command line
* created a .BAT in my c:\fedora\java directory on the windows box
edited the .BAT to :
* modify the path to the java executable
* replace ':' in the -cp option with ';'
* replace the / in the pathes with \ (except for the admin server url)
I obtained a .BAT with that line (might be split into several lines by my
mail client, but it's a single command line):
java -ms8m -mx64m -cp
com.netscape.management.client.console.Console -D -A
(java executable is in my path and the .bat is ran from the c:\fedora\java
working great so far