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Re: Solaris automout entry progress(?) [was: Re: OpenLDAP support for LDAPv3 features?]
Ok, just so y'all know. I'm looking at the Solaris8 source for
automountd right now, and have a few more things to try. For those
of you who also have the source, the important routines are in:
These are specific for automountd, seperate from nss_ldap. According
to one of the comments and the OpenLDAP debug output, automount entries
should have the following syntax:
objectclass: top #(is this necessary? Sorry, don't know LDAP that well :) )
nismapentry: -ro,nosuid hosta:/export/local
Now I'm still haveing some problems.
- It doesn't seem to like my auto_master map to find the auto_import map.
- With a /import entry in /etc/auto_master it finds the auto_import map ok.
- I can also see each of my entries (like local) under /import (I'm not
using '-nobrowse' for now)
- 'cd /import/local' still doesn't work. I get 'Permission denied' and I
don't see any traffic going to 'hosta'
I'll keep plugging, and I think chances of success look good once I get the
Tomas Maly wrote:
> I've been using the open source automounter with linux (I compile it
> from source), and have it working in a production network with no
> issues. Just so you know.
> Archive User wrote:
> > >>Solaris LDAP client says it requires the following LDAPv3 features:
> > >These are not LDAPv3 features. That is, they are not part
> > >of the "core" protocol. They are elective extensions to
> > >LDAPv3.
> > >OpenLDAP elects not implement these extensions.
> > Is there anyother way to support the automounter with Solaris 8
> > client? This is going to force me to use another LDAP server
> > if there isn't.
> > Thanks.. Mike
David L. Armstrong
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