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Re: LDAP is working - how to logon and whats sasldb ???
>>>>> "Holger" == Holger Banko <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Holger> Mar 26 08:46:19 pc-0001 in.telnetd: connect from
Holger> 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1)
Holger> Mar 26 08:46:24 pc-0001 login: Cannot make/remove an entry
Holger> for the specified session
Did you tell _telnetd_ to use pam_ldap? Just because you use nss_ldap, don't
mean that TELNET is authentication against LDAP.
nss_ldap is mainly used for uidnumber/gidnumber lookups and the like.
Holger> SRCH base="dc=pgam, dc=com" scope=2
If you do the same search with 'ldapsearch', do you get the same result as
ldapsearch -b 'dc=pgam, dc=com' '(&(objectClass=posixAccount)(uid=cs))'
It _MIGHT_ be a problem with the space in the search base, try
Holger> BIND dn="UID=CS,OU=GMH,DC=PGAM,DC=COM"
This indicates that the object is found...
Holger> unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb: No such file or
This is not a problem.
Holger> Genereal questions about the homedirs, must I create them
Holger> by hand ?
No. You can use the 'pam_mkhomedir' module to do this for you (I do).
Holger> How do the users later access them from other
Holger> machines ? They are automatically mounted by the ldap
Holger> client ??? Or must I write scripts ??
You have to do NFS. Export your homedirectory, which is mounted on the
clients. With a little help from AutoFS (which configuration can also
be in the LDAP database) this is done 'on the fly' when the user is