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News and Announcements / New forum organization
« on: November 23, 2015, 05:23:32 pm »
Hello all:

Trying to provide a better experience of our forums we have carried a small reorganization of the different boards, leaving them as follows:

Installation and upgrades (discussions regarding installation and upgrade process)
Email and groupware modules (discussions regarding Mail and OpenChange modules)
Directory and Authentication (discussions regarding Samba -File sharing + Domain -  modules)
Other modules (Any other module not covered on any of the previous boards)
Contributions, tips & tricks and feature requests (Any contribution - like scripts, backports and so on - from community, or feature requests should be placed here)

Please note that as a result of such reorganization, some topics may have been moved to "Installation and upgrades " board, but none have been deleted.

Hope this brings a better experience of our forums!

Installation and Upgrades / MOVED: pdo_mysql
« on: July 01, 2014, 11:29:41 am »

Installation and Upgrades / Bulk LDAP Password change
« on: February 20, 2013, 12:32:40 pm »
Hi guys:

I've created this script, that allows you to change your LDAP Users' passwords in a row. It creates a file in /tmp/ with the list of users and their passwords :

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use strict;
use warnings;
use EBox;
use EBox::UsersAndGroups;
use EBox::Global;
use EBox::Util::Random;

my $out ="/tmp/users.csv";
open (OUT,">$out") || die "ERROR: Can't create or write to file $out\n";
my $users = EBox::Global->modInstance('users');
my @userlist = @{$users->users()   }  ;
foreach my $user (@userlist) {
        my $password;
        $password =  EBox::Util::Random::generate(8);
        print OUT $user->name()." ". $password."\n";
  close (OUT);

Just feel free to use at your best convenience. It has been included in as well so you can find it if you look for resources in trac


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