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Re: Users from /etc/passwd, passwords from LDAP?
Quoting "Kurt D. Zeilenga" <Kurt@OpenLDAP.org>:
> This is likely a FAQ on the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
> (likely nss_ldap takes as a parameter a search filter).
The theory (I haven't bothered to try yet) is to utilise the 'pam_filter'
In theory you can have a object 'loginhost' or the like. That is, you want
user 'xyz' to be able to login to host 'athena' and 'barrabas':
And on host 'athena' you would enter in /etc/pam_ldap.conf:
And on 'barrabas':
As said, this is theory (which I picked up here a couple of months ago). You
will have to make your own objectClass to use this 'loginhost' though...
> At 03:40 PM 1/29/01 -0800, Jeffrey W. Baker wrote:
> >I wonder if it is possible to have the setup that I desire. I have some
> >Linux and Solaris machines, nss_ldap from padl.com, and OpenLDAP 2.0. I
> >wish to have all of my user information in the LDAP directory, which I
> >have already done. I also want my users to be authenticated against the
> >userPassword in LDAP, which I have also already done.
> >The part that I find tricky is that I don't want every user in LDAP to be
> >able to login to every machine. Let's say I have 500 users, and only 10
> >of them should be logging in to a particular box. But I still want the
> >usernames, passwords, and groups coming from LDAP.
> >I would love to hear about an example of someone having already done this.
> >Jeffrey Baker
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