Web-based systems administration for configuring information systems
Free software for managing accounts and systems in LDAP databases. FusionDirectory allows sysadmins to set and manage the various components of a single operating system's information system, or the management of multiple workstations and servers. This includes management of:
- User and group creation and ACL
- Telephony systems
- Network service (SMTP / DNS / DHCP / Samba / CUPS)
FusionDirectory is user-friendly and includes a number of features and modes including:
- A copy and paste system
- Template mode for account and system
- Snapshot mode
- System Dashboard (user, telephone report, installation and deployment)
Documentation and  documentation are on the site and man pages ship with this package.  includes both API documentation as well as info on plugin development.
Browse Sources Repository
- IRC general channel
released on 2 February 2016
14 August 2015
License for the FusionDirectory code.
3 April 2012
License for website documentation unless otherwise specified.
3 April 2012
This license applies the SmartyGettext included in the contrib section of the source.
Leaders and contributors
|Benoit Mortier (Benoitm)||FusionDirectory Leader|
Resources and communication
|Developers||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/developpers|
|Documentation||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/documentation|
|Packages||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/packages|
|Users||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/users|
|Required to use||php5|
|Required to use||web server|
|Required to use||ldap server|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 12 February 2016.
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