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Re: Solaris 8 requirements
An easy way to LDAP-enable your Solaris boxes is to get nss_ldap and
pam_ldap from www.padl.com. They are much less of a pain to set up and the
also support SSL. Solaris own nss_ldap stuff include some kind of caching
daemon so it might be easier on the LDAP servers though. Also, if you have
Ultras running in 64-bit mode you will have to get Suns C compiler (at
least a trial license).
On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Kevin McCarthy wrote:
> I noticed the exact same. I haven't actually tried myself, but these posts
> indicate that using OpenLDAP is a valid option:
> Quoting Heinrich Rebehn <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Hi,
> > I am thinking about using OpenLdap as a nameservice for our suns. Sun's
> > requirements say that the LDAP server needs to support "Simple paged mode"
> > and
> > "Virtual list views". Does OpenLdap support these? If not, is there a way to
> > use
> > OpenLdap anyhow?
> > TIA,
> > --
> > Heinrich Rebehn
> > "Have disk - will travel"
> > University of Bremen
> > Physics / Electrical and Electronics Engineering
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> > Fax : -3341
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