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Re: ldappasswd(1)

Waldemar Brodkorb <waldemar@thinknow.de> writes:

> From the keyboard of Miroslav,
> > Are there some tools for users to change his/her loginShell, passwd,
> > gecos etc ... in LDAP - or every user must write ldif file and run
> > ldapmodify with bunch of arguments? :-\

> For password changing you can use pam_ldap. You only have to
> configure /etc/pam.d/passwd correctly.

That's it. 

> ACL's in slapd.conf have to be correct and 

ACL's in slapd.conf was very unusual in the begining, but with time
I+ve became familiar with sintax. :-)

> pam_ldap.conf should include "pam_password crypt", if you want to 
> hash locally. (another possibility is exop)

> Possible although chsh, but this did'nt work on my Debian/unstable
> systems. 

Will try that. Thanks for info and good advices!

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