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Re: How can I get OpenLDAP to hash passwords as crypt?
>>modifies userpasswords in the directory will need a compatible crypt()
>>function call. Plus with a single crypt function the results of the
>>hash would be consistant.
>There is actually an RFC for LDAP password-changing which defines a
>mechanism call EXOP. By now, most LDAP APIs should have implemented
>EXOP. ldappasswd, for example, is just a command-line wrapper around
>OpenLDAP's C implementation of an EXOP API.
pam_ldap can use exop to change passwords. So a PAM enables 'passwd'
command should work.