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Re: opendlap and sasl...
1. Do you want to use sasl?
Oki oki :)
I've compete migration from Openldap v. 1.2.11 to Openldap 2.0.21 (Redhat
7.2). Now, if i make a simple search (ldapsearch -x uid=tmpprova) i obtain
the correct result, but, if i use sasl (ldapsearch uid=tmpprova) i obtain:
ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: No such attribute
I read Opendlap faq and other documents (i know that problem is sasl layer)
but i don't know how solve it (i've read /usr/share/doc/cyrus-sasl yet buy i
haven't solve the problems...)
Can you suggest me something?
2. Sasl means you'll store passwords in /etc/sasldb, kerberos, pam or
shadow instead of in the openldap directory. Is this something you
whant? if so which one of them?
If not, just use -x.
PS: Is there an option you can put in /etc/openldap/ldap.conf for
setting -x as a default option when using ldapsearch etc. ??