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Re: (ITS#7242) new -y (Read password from file) does not work
Oh duh. I see now. Thanks!
On Apr 13, 2012, at 13:59, email@example.com wrote:
>> Full_Name: Chris Paul
>> Version: ldapsearch 2.4.23 (Dec 7 2011 21:37:03)
>> OS: tried both Centos 2.6.32-220.el6.i686 and Cygwin
>> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
>> Submission from: (NULL) (18.104.22.168)
>> I really like the new -y option to read the password from a file but it
>> work. Also it broke the old behavior which read it from standard input if
>> used -W.
>> I have a one line password file. I used to use this successfully with a
>> $ ldapsearch -x -H $TIM -s sub -b "dc=myorg, dc=org" "(uid=someuid)" uid
>> cn <
>> Now this command just prompts me for the password.
>> And when I try -y, it seems that an 0x0a character is added to the
>> string (I found this by using tcpdump to capture the packets), so that
>> with "Invalid credentials (49)".
> This is a common user error. The "0x0a" is a newline ('\n') which is
> probably present in your file. You need to create a file that contains
> exactly the password. For example, to create a file that contains the
> password "secret" you need to do
> echo -n "secret" > filename.
> This ITS will be closed.