Ghacks: "There is a tool, 389 Directory Server, that helps you to get this up and running quickly and easily. In this article I am going to show you how to install and set up the 389 Directory Server."
on 08/26/2010 – Made popular on 08/26/2010
Red Hat released a directory service, that it acquired from AOL's
Netscape Security Solutions unit, as a commercial product running
on top of Red Hat Enterprise Linux called Red Hat Directory Server and
as the community supported 389 Directory Server project.
There is an impact when choose RHEL as OS for LDAP server instead of Debian OS