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Re: Mac OS X 10.2.1 Server & Linux Authentication
> I recently setup a Linux box (specifically Yellow Dog Linux 2.3) on a
>box on the same network as a 10.2 Server. The 10.2 Server is setup to
>share it's password database via LDAPv3. This works. Linux is
>authenticating perfectly to it. I must say it setup extremely easy.
>ldappasswd -x -W -D 'uid=daniel,cn=users,dc=hdcnet,dc=org'
> Result: Protocol Error (2)
> Additional Info: Data Decoding Error
Try the ldappasswd version from OpenLDAP 2.1.
>Oh, my end-result desired is this. Netatalk running authenticating with
>pam, using pam_ldap. I want my users to be able to click the "change
>password" button in the chooser and have netatalk via pam change the
>password in the ldap database. If I end up doing things with a script
>that pam runs which encrypts the password and manually updates the data
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