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Re: linux-authentication via openldap
I am sorry, but I have to say this:
There isn't a word "authentification." The word is "authentication." I
repeatdely see this over and over again from european people.
This isn't a flame. I just wanted to clear this up.
Example: My login isn't working with my dingleberryfiddlestick.
What the hell is a dingleberryfiddlestick?
What the hell is authentification?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christian Guenther" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 5:10 AM
Subject: linux-authentication via openldap
> Hi there,
> I have a BIG BIG BIG problem. I have a workstation and a server at home
> - actually I have a couple of workstations, but that is of less concern
> to me at the moment - both running RedHat Linux 7.2 on my server
> Isuccesfully set up openldap and created a structure for holding
> accountinformationen. It looks like this:
> | | |
> ou=User ou=Group ou=Aliases
> I have a couple of groups and users and of course aliases in this
> structure and I can change there passwords via ldappasswd. Then I set up
> my workstation (the one I'm writing this mail from) to use ldap for
> authentification AFTER looking in files like this:
> passwd: files ldap
> shadow: files ldap
> group: files ldap
> I created the /etcldap.conf and it looks like this:
> host ldap.blaue-elise.net
> base dc=blaue-elise,dc=net
> binddn cn=proxyuser,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net
> bindpw secret
> pam_groupdn cn=PAM,ou=Group,ou=Account,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net
> pam_member_attribute uniquemember
> pam_password md5
> nss_base_passwd ou=User,ou=Account,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net?one
> nss_base_shadow ou=User,ou=Account,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net?one
> nss_base_group ou=Group,ou=Account,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net?one
> nss_base_aliases ou=Aliases,ou=Account,dc=blaue-elise,dc=net?one
> ssl start_tls
> Now, whenever I try to do su on my workstation, or use a virtuel console
> to log in, I get errors: su says I typed in the wrong password and when
> trying to log in as a testuser (which I created on my ldap before) I can
> see "syntax error" for a millisecond then the login-screen reappears.
> Can anyone help me with this??? I can't log out my current user from the
> Xsession, because I'm afraid I won't be able to log in again.
> Why does my system look for user-authentification only in ldap and not
> first in files - I mean it schould find root there - and then in ldap???
> PLEEEEASE help me,