[LON-CAPA-users] Re: How To Delete A Domain Coordinator

Stuart Raeburn lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Mon, 07 Mar 2011 20:09:40 -0500


Correction to URL for expire_DC_role.pl script.

That should be:

(all on one line)

wget -O /root/expire_DC_role.pl  

Stuart Raeburn

Quoting Stuart Raeburn <raeburn@msu.edu>:

> Hi,
>> Sorry if I have missed this in the documentation, but I am trying to
>> delete a domain coordinator in Lon Capa and was just wondering how to go
>> about doing that.
> This is not yet documented, so you have not missed it in the documentation.
> A perl script which is to be run as root, from the command line, which
> can be used to expire a Domain Coordinator role for a user for whom the
> homeserver is also a library server for the DC role's domain can be
> retrieved as follows from the LON-CAPA CVS repository:
> All on one line ..
> wget -O /root/expire_DC_role.pl
> 'http://source.loncapa.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/~checkout~/loncom/build/expire_DC_role?rev=1.1;content-type=text/plain'
> If you still have a directory on your server from which LON-CAPA 2.9.1
> was installed, e.g., /root/loncapa-2.9.1
> you could also download expire_DC_role.pl to that directory by changing
> the output (-O flag above)
> from /root/expire_DC_role.pl
> to /root/loncapa-2.9.1/loncom/build/expire_DC_role.pl
> This would place the script alongside the existing
> add_domain_coordinator_privilege.pl script which is used to assign a DC
> role to a user in your domain.
> This new script: expire_DC_role.pl will be included with LON-CAPA 2.10.0.
> Use perldoc expire_DC_role.pl
> to display the documentation for the script, or run it without arguments:
> perl expire_DC_role.pl
> for guidance on the arguments to use.
> Stuart Raeburn
> MSU LON-CAPA group
>> Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks,
>> Paula Smith
>> Learning Systems, Technology Services
>> Virginia Commonwealth University
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