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Current maintainer: Mike Jackson <mj@sci.fi>
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Previous maintainer: Eric Sandall <eric@sandall.us>
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This software was originally written by Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)
<amador at alomega.com> and counts on the contribution
of many people (some of them are listed in the CREDITS file)
Copyright (C) 2000,2001,2002,2003 Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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Thanks go to all these people who have helped
in developing this program:
Richard Bullington-McGuire
* patch to correct segmentation violation and remove test.c reference
Graham Leggett
* extremely large patch to enable Samba3 integration
Mike Jackson
* patch to fix LDAPv3 connections
Ryan Henry, EPSIIA - Another Fiserv Resource
* TLS support patch
Christof Meerwald <cmeerw@web.de>
* Improving SAMBA support patch
* Fixing SAMBA passwords patch
* Fixing source code issues
Michael Brown, Mesa Inc.
* Sponsoring, ideas and bug reports
* Sponsoring group handling improvements
* Sponsoring UI improvements
Joe Little
* ideas and bug reports
Kristof Petr
* bug reports
Turbo Fredriksson
* patches, bug reports and ideas
Ed Mann
* bug reports, patches, Samba patch
Erich Schubert
* bug reports
Vincent Danen
* patch to fix MD5 sum passwords
Version 1.7.1 - release date 2005-08-04
* Richard Bullington-McGuire <rbulling@pkrinternet.com>
- removed reference to test.c
- corrected segmentation violation in appfunctions.c
* Mike Jackson <mj@sci.fi>
- added PADL schema for netscape password policies
- added PADL schema for hostObject and authorizedServiceObject
so that DA will work with OpenLDAP 2.2->
- added an OpenLDAP -> Fedora DS schema file converter in the schema
directory
Version 1.7 - release date 2005-02-27
* Changed to support the Samba v3.0 schema
* Added support for changing passwords via the LDAP_EXOP_MODIFY_PASSWD
extended operation
* Various fixes to error handling
* Added support for mailLocalAddress mail aliases
* Added support for the Windows well known system groups
Version 1.6.0 - release date 2004-12-25
* LDAPv3 connection code reworked, now it functions
Version 1.5.1 - release date 2003-6-?
* A double free bug in the add secondary members window
was fixed
* Enforcing UID and group name uniqueness has been added
to Directory administrator, in this version for the entire directory
* When user UIDs change, all groups he's member of
are automatically updated
* Removed dependency on person object class (OpenLDAP 2.1)
* A bug regarding anonymous profile connections was squashed
* All connections default to version 3 of LDAP protocol, but fall
back gracefully
* Some compile time errors for GCC 2.95 fixed - caveat: not all
Version 1.5 - release date 2003-6-9
* Deleting users no longer leaves secondary memberships
in groups
* Rudimentary filter to be improved sequentially
* A lot more things I haven't been able to trace =)
Version 1.4 - release date 2003-5-17
* Greatly improved group handling:
- Groups and users are automatically kept in sync
and groups also enlist primary members, both
as UNIX and LDAP groups.
- A group can no longer be deleted when any user
in the directory is primary member.
- Groups now list primary members, secondary members
and LDAP members, and visually distinguish them.
This leads to much better human-computer interaction,
and natural usage of LDAP groups.
- When a user's primary group changes, the old group
and the new group's LDAP members are updated to reflect
the change correctly.
* Greatly improved group editing:
- The list of groups can be edited more quickly, and
you can select multiple users.
- Adding a group of users is now possible, and you can
quickly filter the list for any text with the new user
browser. This leads to much easier usage on directories
with large amounts of users.
* Major usability improvements
- Menu entries and keyboard shortcuts added for several
common operations.
- Several operations were rethought, and much more friendly
error messages are used throughout the program, to help
the LDAP beginner understand and keep him/her from making
mistakes.
* Major stability improvements: previously unknown bugs were
found and fixed.
Version 1.3.5 - release date 2003-2-10
* Patched up extraneous bug that cropped up when
creating an user. DA shouldn't segfault anymore
as a result of that (although it may fail in
creating the user)
* Corrected a off-by-one non-security bug that
miscalculated the expiry date when checking the
Expire this account on: checkbox in the user
properties dialog
* Other bug fixes
Version 1.3.4 - release date 2003-1-15
* Corrected bug where groups that contain data
beyond posixGroup can't be edited
Version 1.3.3 - release date 2003-1-10
* You can specify UNIX user IDs instead of DNs in
a profile
* If the password is wrong, Directory administrator
prompts you to change it
* Corrected horrible memory leak and segfault for
group edits
Version 1.3.2 - release date 2003-1-10
* Employee code can now be managed via the modify
user window
* A progress meter measures how far is the retrieval
process
* The status bar is descriptive
* A connection user interface issue was resolved
Version 1.3.1 - release date 2003-1-9
* Changing an entry no longer performs case-
insensitive comparison, i.e. changing a name
from Charles to CHARLES *does* change the
entry in the directory
* Directory administrator now automatically
maintains groupOfNames membership. This alone
means that a UNIX group can be used in the slapd
access control configuration and in other
applications that use the groupOfNames object class
Version 1.3 - release date 2002-12-20
* When moving with the keyboard (arrows/typeahead)
the icon view automatically scrolls to the selected
element
* Fixed obscure bug when editing an entry which
tried to add duplicate object classes
* DA now chooses the highest+1 uid/gid number when
creating users and groups, to prevent collision
with older users that have been deleted but whose
files may be still around
Version 1.2.1 - release date 2002-11-19
* Fixed compile issues in older platforms
* Fixed member list issues in group properties
dialog (thanks to Christof Meerwald)
* Cosmetic fixes
Version 1.2 - release date 2002-11-18
* Keyboard navigation on the icon list, perfect
for large directories
* Type ahead find to quickly locate an icon by
typing its display name or part of it
* Enabled multiple icon selection for dragging
and dropping several icons onto group lists,
deleting several entries from the directory
and (in the future) moving entries between
organizational units
* Unicode support for all attributes: accented
characters are supported for all attributes
which accept them
Version 1.1.15 - release date 2002-11-15
* Polished interface
* Fixed bug which wouldn't let you grant access
to particular servers or none at all when creating
an user
Version 1.1.14 - release date 2002-11-13
* Fixed bug that wouldn't let you modify entries
without person/inetOrgPerson objectclass
Version 1.1.13 - release date 2002-11-12
* (Christof Meerwald) fixed bug whenever updating
a SAMBA account would remove its password if
it wasn't changed
Version 1.1.12 - release date 2002-11-08
* Made Directory administrator stand tougher when
faced with incomplete/corrupted directory entries
Version 1.1.11 - release date 2002-11-07
* Fixed horrible compiled error that insulted
you
* Improved SAMBA support (Christof Meerwald)
* Removed Mandrake menu support: caused compilation
problems on all other RPM architectures
The new menu entry complies with the desktop
menu specification at freedesktop.org
Version 1.1.10 - release date 2002-11-06
* Fixed adding users as secondary members
of groups
* Corrected handling of host "*", host-based
access-control according to RFC
* Laid down initial infrastructure to support
multiple views and directory tree
* Performance fixes: now entries are cached
on a list in memory to be used in drop-down
lists and the like
Version 1.1.9 - release date 2002-06-20
* Fixed horrible bug that triggered on removal
of any attribute
* Incorporated patch from Vincent Danen to fix
md5 passwords
Version 1.1.8 - release date 2002-04-02
* Tried to fix horrible object class bug
(only on new user wizard)
and did it! Amazing!
* Be friendly to entries that have other object classes
unknown to Directory administrator
Version 1.1.7 - release date 2002-03-18
* Code for LDAP transactions modularized and rewritten
* Code for new users/groups and modify users/groups rewritten
using the transaction API
* Now allows you to change UNIX UID/GID and username/group name
* Several polishments and improvements to the graphical interface
* Refresh button to refresh the directory view
* Introduced architecture to edit binary fields and to allow
extended ASCII/UTF characters to be edited
* Fixed set password bug
* Other bug fixes
Version 1.1.6 - release date 2002-03-15
* Incorporated Samba patch (-ed mann)
* Improved object class handling
* Corrected some friendly error messages
Version 1.1.5 - release date 2002-03-14
* User/group sorting
* Fixed long-standing bug about DNs and UIDs
* Made more friendly error messages
Version 1.1.4 - release date 2002-02-21
* Password handling according to RFC 2307bis
(authPassword attribute) - this is configurable on the prefs dialog
* Fixed crypt password bug
* Aesthetic bugs fixed
* Druids for all new operations, and welcome druids
* Made more friendly error messages
Version 1.1.3 - release date 2001-12-04
* Bumped version number on Makefile.am
* Can build as non-root
Version 1.1.2 - release date 2001-11-30
* Does not crash on first startup if there are no directory profiles
created
* Does create groups when supplementary members are selected
* Sorts icon list - first groups, then users
Version 1.1.1 - release date 2001-03-13
* no longer assuming special Org. Units for user/group addition
(dir. admin. now saves your last OU selection, per profile)
* on modify operations window doesn't get refreshed
* on delete operations only icon is removed
* on add operations only icon is added
Version 1.1.0 - release date 2001-03-10
* when removing, doesn't kill and reload the list, just
removes the selected icon
* implemented double click on icon list
* implemented organizational attributes
Version 1.0.9 - release date 2001-03-08
* added support for MD5 password generation
* changed interface to use icon list, you can drag icons to group
member lists
(I KNOW the icons suck, give me some pointers please)
* added menus and keyboard shortcuts for keyboard users
Version 1.0.8 - release date 2001-03-06
* removed dependency from trustAccount - now host-based access control
are based on the standard host attribute of the account object class
which means no more pam_filter on /etc/ldap.conf or setting up
your directory server in special ways. This is in compliance with
the latest PAM_LDAP version.
* added support for shadow attributes (password policies, shadowlastchange)
* added password length checking
* removed support for memberuid and added support for uniqueMember
(group members after DNs, not UIDs, which may repeat themselves
across the tree)
* added drag and drop support for adding users to groups
Version 1.0.7 - release date 2001-03-03
* massive code cleanup and reorganization
* bug fixes when changing more than 28 attributes
for any user/group
Version 1.0.6 - release date 2001-03-03
* now you can select password cipher type
* minor usability fixes
* bug fixes for reading /etc/shells (didn't work on Debian)
Version 1.0.5 - release date 2001-02-27
* now confirms deletion