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RE: ldapadd won't add entry via SASL/DIGEST-MD5


I appreciate your patience with me.  I think I finally
figured out what was going on.  It seems I didn't have
sufficient permission on /etc/sasldb2 for my ldap
user.  After resetting the own/group and permissions,
I was able to authentication using my sasl
root@localhost user.  Additionally, I had to tweak my
slapd.conf to reflect the sasl root@localhost user

rootdn  "uid=root,cn=localhost,cn=digest-md5,cn=auth"

and comment out the rootpw

#rootpw  {crypt}my_hash

I also noticed that when I used the -D option it also
presented me with the LDAP request, but if I just hit
enter it would give me the SASL/DIGEST-MD5 request.

Thank you again for your enduring efforts.  I
sincerely appreciate your assistance.



--- "Kurt D. Zeilenga" <Kurt@OpenLDAP.org> wrote:
> At 10:21 AM 2002-09-05, Gary C. New wrote:
> >I had also tried the following syntax before, but
> >didn't report it due to its failure.
> >
> ># ldapadd -Y DIGEST-MD5 -U root@localhost -R
> localhost
> >-D "cn=root,dc=test,dc=org" -W -f test.ldif
> I said -R mail, not -R localhost.
> I said -R "mail" because realm=mail was successfully
> used in the sample client/server output you
> provided.
> Doing some in OpenLDAP should also be successful.
> Kurt

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