I was working like that but extremely slow even using all the
compression I could..
Now, the good news.
I have compiled the 389 Console for Mac and it works really well.
I have to make clear this is for my current server needs so the
following packages were installed AT server level:
Said that, I will publish a bundle with my installation so that can be
ported into any Mac box.
I have tested on another box this setup, no tweaks required and it seems
to work perfectly fine...
On 2014-06-05 23:12, Trey Dockendorf wrote:
> Why not use X11 from OS X? I use it regularly from Lion to open
> 389-console with no configuration changes needed except a Linux host
> that allows X11 forwarding. I use Xquartz as my OSX X11 server, and
> works very well. When I need to edit numerous records I also use
> Apache Directory Studio. There is a native OS X and Linux version.
> - Trey
> On Jun 5, 2014 5:23 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I got 389 running on a remote linux box,and I would like to get use
>> of the Console without the need of exporting the X-Windows whenever
>> I want to make a change as I also would prefer not to keep tweaking
>> the configuration files all the time.
>> is there anyway of doing this through any remote client?
>> Any advise on this matter?
>> Thanks very much
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