Ok now I'm using all schemas.
Now I'm getting this instead:
Jul 30 provectus slapd: daemon: conn=11 fd=15 connection from IP=192.168.1.10:4622 (IP=0.0.0.0:34049) accepted.
Jul 30 provectus slapd: conn=11 op=0 BIND dn="" method=128
Jul 30 14:19:02 provectus slapd: conn=11 op=0 RESULT tag=97 err=0text=
Jul 30 provectus slapd: get_filter: unknown filter type=48
Jul 30 provectus slapd: get_filter: unknown filter type=128
Jul 30 provectus slapd: conn=11 op=1 DISCONNECT err=120 tag=2 text=unexpected data in PDU
Jul 30 provectus slapd: do_search: get_ctrls failed
Jul 30 provectus slapd: conn=-1 fd=15 closed
As always, grateful for help.
> Ok, can you help me out with this?
> I'm using the core.schema with a version of
> SCHEMA that I think I figured out how to convert to the 2.x syntax.
That way lies the path to madness!!
Use ALL the schemas that are in the /etc/openldap/schemas dir. Do _not_ try
to convert the older schemas.
If you miss something still, use the links I gave you, and download all the
schemas from there.
> I really want to get going with LDAP. As soon as I get a working
> service through OpenLDAP I'll desiccate it and figure out how it works.
> My goal is to have an environment where almost everything is controlled
> by LDAP. (I.e. login/outlook address book/ftpd/httpd/etc.)
Yes. Have been working on that for a while myself. Start getting pamldap
working and take it from there. Use samba-tng for ldap/win functionality.
> Do you know any good editor/browser? My experience tells me that O's
> and OU's should be containers. LDAPBrowser seems to disagree with me.
Check the faq-o-matic. It has separate sections for webbased and gui based
> The point is _not_ rh! The point is that they got a lot of schemas
> in their distro! Ome of them are very handy (like the autofs one)
> look here if you really hate rh.
> also remember that schemas are like tabledefs in a standard db system
> :) Tarjei
>> (No I wouldn't consider using RedHat. ;/)
>> Ok. This might relate to what schemas you have installed in the
>> /etc/openldap/schemas dir and/or what objectclasses your user has.
>> should not be a problem (afaik) if this is your root user.
>> BTW: If you are not running rh 7.1 it might be a good idea to download
>>src. rpm, and install it (not build it) and get the schemas that are
>>> Ok.. I would need some more LDAP protocol specific help. I?m
>>> getting lots of errors when following HOWTOs.
>>> (For example:
>>> Jul 29 17:50:28 provectus slapd: conn=0 op=12 ADD
>>> Jul 29 17:50:28 provectus slapd: Entry (cn=Test,
>>> dc=test,dc=com), attr "cn" not allowed
>>> Jul 29 17:50:28 provectus slapd: conn=0 op=12 RESULT tag=105
>>> err=65 text=attribute not allowed)
>>> I know how directory services works, I have worked some time with NDS
>>> and AD, and when I get a hold of the structure in LDAP/OpenLDAP I
>>> read the HOWTOs you provided.
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> Från: Tarjei Huse [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>> Skickat: den 29 juli 2001 00:34
>>> Till: Nomego; OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org
>>> Ämne: Re: LDAP help..
>>> www.linuxdoc. <http://www.linuxdoc.org> org check the ldap
>>> implementation howto. It's a bit outdated, but ok.
>>> for contacts, check out rolodap.sourceforge.net (or search for
>>> for samba integration: www.samba-tng.
>>> <http://www.samba-tng.org/docs.html> org/docs.html
>>> also, if you do rh 7.x ldapintegration is a part of the package.
>>> for migration and pam-ldap thngs check ut www.padl.com
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: Nomego <mailto:email@example.com>
>>> To: OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.
>>> <mailto:OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org> Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2001
>>> 12:14 AM
>>> <mailto:OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org> Subject: LDAP help..
>>> <mailto:OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org> Hi, I wonder where I would
>>> a guide or something to a place where I can learn how to setup my
>>> server to handle LDAP address books for Outlook, login authentication
>>> through PAM/LDAP, and more.
>>> <mailto:OpenLDAP-software@OpenLDAP.org> Thanks.
>> Tarjei Huse
>> 920 63 413
> Tarjei Huse
> 920 63 413
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