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Re: Problem in login?

I have run "setup" command to choose Authentication is "use LDAP" while I
have not add any account objects yet. Now, I could not login to my system.
(The error is "Authentication failed").

What I can do to re-login my system?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Williams" <awilliam@whitemice.org>
To: "Le Ngoc Thach" <lnthach@yahoo.com>
Cc: "Openldap-Liste" <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
Sent: Monday, April 01, 02 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: Problem in login?

> >My system is RedHat Linux 7.2. Before I used shadowed password. I have
> >configured LDAP successfully (I can add/browser/search a entry).
> >Before I change "Authentication" my database LDAP contains no things
> >a structure like: ou=People,dc=vn, dc=test,dc=com
> You need to add account objects?  If you have accounts in /etc/passwd or
> some other file you can use the migration scripts.
> See ftp://kalamazoolinux.org/pub/pdf/ldapv3.pdf
> >Now, run "setup" command to choose Authentication is "use LDAP" and
> >Server: <ip address>
> >Base DN is: ou=People,dc=vn, dc=test,dc=com
> >Then, I reboot the machine. I could not login to RedHat Linux with all of
> >account. Even, account root that I used it to login before.
> Do you get any messages in /var/log/messages or /var/log/secure?  You
> made sure the LDAP service automatically starts when you boot?
> >I'm a newer to LDAP and Linux.
> This is actually more of a PAM/NSS question than an OpenLDAP one, as it
> sounds like you basically have the DSA working.  You might be
> more/better help on one of PADL's lists.  PADL maintains the PAM and NSS
> modules for LDAP.

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