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Re: stumped: setting up SASL+GSSAPI
Do you have the Cyrus SASL sample client and server working?
See the Cyrus SASL doc/gssapi.html for assistance.
At 08:51 AM 9/30/00 -0400, Kyle Downey wrote:
>Okay, I've been banging my head against Kerberos and OpenLDAP for the last
>week, and I declare utter defeat. Learned more about Kerberos than I wanted
>to know along the way, and successfully Kerberized my Linux box (telnet etc.
>now use GSSAPI to authenticate). I'm working on a (LONG!) HOWTO that I plan
>to contribute when done, but though I'm almost there, I still can't get it
>to authenticate. For example, if I enter:
>kinit [ enter username and password; log into Kerberos ]
>it prompts me for my username, then says
>ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: Can't contact LDAP server
>which is not true, because "ldapsearch -x" (plain authentication) works just
>fine--the LDAP server is up and functioning. Furthermore, if I do a klist, I
>can see GSSAPI added the credentials for "firstname.lastname@example.org" to
>my local ticket cache, so Kerberos successfully logged me in.
>Here's my config:
>* vanilla Red Hat Linux 6.1
>* Kerberos 5-1.1 configured with --enable-shared --without-krb4
>* Cyrus SASL 1.5.24 configured with --disble-krb4 --enable-gssapi
> --disable-cram --disable-digest
>* OpenLDAP 2.0.4 configured
>with --with-cyrus-sasl --with-tls --enable-spasswd
>I've started krb5kdc and slapd, and the KDC has a principal and keytab entry
>for "host/horatio.amberarcher.com" and "ldap/horatio.amberarcher.com" (else
>it would not have gotten so far as to authenticate). I think I'm very close
>to getting this to work, so I appreciate any help you can give me!
>FYI, I tried recompiling Cyrus SASL with its own debug flag set in config.h
>to produce more debugging information, but since it does succeed (debug
>prints "GSS_S_COMPLETE" right before it bombs out), I'm not sure the
>problem's there. I turned on debugging with -d 5 on ldapsearch, and didn't
>find out anything useful. I tried going through the code and (because my C's
>rusty) could not even find the exact spot where it's printing that message!
>Thanks in advance.
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