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At 09:40 AM 10/17/00 +0500, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
>"Kurt D. Zeilenga" wrote:
>> At 10:57 AM 10/16/00 +0500, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
>> >> bash$ ./ldappasswd -D uid=dm,dpt=zachet,org=Aspec_4_floor,o=Aspec,c=RU
>> >> -W -x
>> >> Bind DN: uid=dm,dpt=zachet,org=Aspec_4_floor,o=Aspec,c=RU
>> >> Enter bind password:
>> >> ldap_bind: Invalid credentials
>> >LDIF with passwords is from working openldap 1.2 server.
>> >Any ideas?
>> Invalid credentials generally implies:
>> the DN doesn't exist,
>> it has no userPassword attribute,
>> it supplied password doesn't match, or
>> or similar condition.
>> The server logs, assuming you have enough detail enabled,
>> should provide details as to the cause.
>Hmm. I set loglevel 1 and look into log.
>Don't understand :(
I don't see any hint from the log fragment posted. I generally
suggest you try -d 1 -d 4 -d 8 and -d 256. If you think it
might be ACL related, specifying -d 128 as well.