On Mon, 2010-11-15 at 22:31 +0100, Tobias Doerffel wrote:
> as promised, here's an update on the ongoing development of iTALC 2, sponsored
> by Univention GmbH. More than 100 commits were made since the last update on
> 2010-11-04, mainly implementing the iTALC Management Console (IMC) which is
> now functional for the most part.
> Using the IMC it's possible to easily configure all kinds of iTALC-related
> settings via an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The IMC also contains a
> redesigned and much more userfriendly assistant for creating/importing iTALC
> access keys. The old key setup tool therefore doesn't exist anymore.
> Furthermore the IMC allows to easily realize unattended client installations
> (though this will see further improvements in the future). See the new
> documentation text files in the installation directory for details.
> As of 2010-11-15 there's also a functional 64 bit version (Win64) of iTALC 2.
> It hasn't been tested in detail yet but basic functionality tests were
> The most notable feature to come is the domain logon authentication, allowing
> to authenticate against a client with a user's credentials instead of the
> iTALC access keys.
> As usual, the snapshots of iTALC 2 for Windows are available at
> Please test, give feedback and report bugs at
> https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=132465&atid=724375 (please use
> the artifact group "iTALC 2" when reporting a new bug).
> Have fun
It's good to see so much work on iTalc lately.
I was wondering, is there any documentation on how to produce the
Windows binaries and installer ?
I've been trying to build them using mingw32 on Linux and on Windows
without much luck so far.