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Ganymede Release 2.0 6 August 2014 README --------------------------------------------- Greetings. Ganymede is a Java-based network directory management software system we at the Computer Science Division of ARL:UT have been developing since 1995. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2. This release includes: The Ganymede server, an extendable object database and application server that supports custom Java plug-ins for object types held in the database and for tasks that can be run in the server to do directory propagation to NIS, DNS, and the like. A full-featured graphical Ganymede client, providing a convenient Explorer-like interface to all operations supported by the server. A GUI Administration Console, which can be used to monitor the server's operations, and to modify the design of the database held in the server. Comprehensive documentation on all classes and methods comprising the server and the primary client. Source code for the 'ClientBase', a class which can be used as the core module of any custom Ganymede client. Templates for running the admin console and primary client off of a Java-enabled web browser. Full source code for everything. Things you will need to get started: A Java 6 or better compliant JVM to run the server, client, and admin console. Perl 5 to run the install scripts, and Ant version 1.8 or later to build the software. A web server to provide the clients to your users for remote execution. -- You can always find Ganymede at the Ganymede web site: http://www.arlut.utexas.edu/gash2/ as well as via ftp: ftp://ftp.arlut.utexas.edu/pub/ganymede/ and you can even get direct access to our Git repository. The repository can be pulled from http://git.arlut.utexas.edu/ganymede or you can browse the repository using gitweb via http://git.arlut.utexas.edu/?p=ganymede You can also fork Ganymede on GitHub! Our repo is at https://github.com/jonabbey/Ganymede -- Ganymede's a big system with a big source base, and if you're at all serious about working with it, I expect you'll want to chat with us about it. We strongly encourage you to participate in the Ganymede forums through our web site at https://tools.arlut.utexas.edu/gash2/forum.php and to discuss issues with us there, so that others can benefit from the discussion. If you're interested in developing on Ganymede, please send us a note at email@example.com, or you can fork Ganymede and submit patches through GitHub Thanks, Jonathan Abbey - Ganymede Guy firstname.lastname@example.org