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 * IRC Channel #CipUX at: irc.oftc.net woth port 6667

CipUX

CipUX is a framework for server administration. With CipUX tools you can solve daily administration tasks easily. There are several layers of tools for users with different skills.

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CipUX is made up of several parts: on bottom is the LDAP server. On top of that, the LDAP abstraction layer CipUX::?CiBot can be found. Then the CipUX::Task module delivers daily administration task functions to different institutions: (1) The graphical CAT user interface. (2) The CipUX shell command line, and (3) the RPC daemon.

CipUX interfaces:

CipUX/CAT (CipUX Administration Tool)

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  • With the graphical user interface, you may perform several tasks without Linux knowledge (today CAT is a Webmin based tool, but other versions may be developed effortlessly).
  • With the Moodle plugins (under development by the French team), even an inexperienced user can do the work of an administrator.
  • [:DebianEdu/CipUX/CAT:more]

CipUX/Shell tasks

  • There are over 140 [:DebianEdu/CipUX/Tasks:CipUX shell commands:] which may be used by a semi-experienced administrator. They may be used for creating new tasks, writing macros, or defining cron jobs.

CipUX/low level commands:

  • These very powerful commands give access to every single value of the LDAP database for skilled users, without needing expert LDAP knowledge.

CipUX/RPC daemon:

  • Other applications may also use CipUX for administration tasks, even over the network, by using its [:DebianEdu/CipUX/XmlRpc:remote procedure calls].

The scope of the CipUX framework

Administer:

  • users
  • groups (courses)
  • machines
  • rooms
  • examinations
  • roles
  • images
  • ...

CipUX is modular, so you can use it with or without quota, with or without ACLs, with or without Samba ...

CipUX/RPC community:

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