Provided by: fusiondirectory_1.2.3-5_all bug

NAME

       fusiondirectory-setup - FusionDirectory configuration management tool

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. Which 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.

       --check-ids
           This option check your LDAP tree for duplicated uidNumber or gidNumber among users and
           groups.

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

       --migrate-phones
           This option removes device objectClass for phones as fdPhones is now structural since
           FD 1.1.

       --migrate-systems
           This option replace old systems objectClasses by new objectClasses from FD 1.1.

       --migrate-winstations
           This option replace old winstations objectClasses by new objectClasses from FD 1.1.

       --migrate-dhcp
           This option moves DHCP configurations from systems branch to DHCP branch, which is
           necessary for FusionDirectory 1.0.17 and above.

       --delete-gosa-locks
           This option will delete old GOsa style lock tokens from 1.0.15 or older

       --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 careful and check before applying.

       --show-config
           This option will print a dump of the FusionDirectory configuration LDAP node.

       --set-config-VAR=value
           This option sets the value of a configuration field in the LDAP. The value needs to be
           in the correct LDAP format.  You cannot set multivalued field with this. The var name
           can be provided with or without the fd prefix.

       --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

BUGS

       Please report any bugs, or post any suggestions, to the fusiondirectory mailing list
       fusiondirectory-users or to
       <https://gitlab.fusiondirectory.org/fusiondirectory/fd/issues/new>

AUTHORS

       Benjamin Carpentier

       Come Bernigaud

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

       This code is part of FusionDirectory (http://www.fusiondirectory.org/)

       Copyright (C) 2011-2018  FusionDirectory

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.