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Re: PAM, RADIUS, and ldap

Hi Steve, 
its pretty simple

in /etc/pam.d/radius just duplicate the line for
pam_pwdb.so. In the first instance change pam_pwdb.so
to pam_ldap.so to have pam_ldap come before pam_pwdb. 

that will do the trick 

--- Steve Sobol <sjsobol@NorthShoreTechnologies.net>
> Hey there folks...
> Does anyone have a config file for the Radius
> service that will work
> with pam_ldap? /etc/pam.d/radius uses pam_pwdb.so to
> authenticate 
> people out of /etc/passwd. I want to use pam_ldap.so
> to check LDAP
> first, then fall back to pwdb if the user doesn't
> exist on the LDAP
> server.
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Thanks and Regards
Mohammad Akram Ali Mehkri

Operations Engineer

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