Contributed by jose on from the only-four-of-five dept.
- The fifth package on the list is Amanda , the backup utility. Amanda provides an easy mechanism to back up many machines to a central storage system.
- The fourth package she lists is LDAP . LDAP provides a nice way to share lots of information, such as email addresses within an organization, and has been integrated into all sorts of mechanisms, including mail delivery and authentication.
- Number 3 is the Grub bootloader . Grub is much nicer than many of the alternatives for dual booting your OpenBSD system (ie a desktop or laptop), and various pieces of documentation for Grub and OpenBSD , like this How-to from Geodsoft .
- Number 2 is Nagios , a network monitoring tool. It looks much nicer than Big Brother does, and a little more feature rich.
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