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Re: How to change the login look up order with LDAP?
Tony Earnshaw wrote:
man, 2003-02-03 kl. 09:48 skrev Jehan PROCACCIA:
For me default RedHat (7.3 and 8.0) works fine as long as ldap server is
available. If not, I had to add pam_localuser module, and in order to
make my /etc/ldap.conf pam_filter works I had to remove
"user_unknown=ignore" in system-auth account service.
Undoubtedly. But then you get outdated Openldap versions and
configurations that Red Hat chooses for you, without the chance to adapt
as time goes by and new things come along.
I'am not certain I understood what you told me ...
anyway, I keep up to date my openldap clients, with autorpm
(http://www.autorpm.org) running on a local redhat mirror in
combination with cfengine (http://www.cfengine.org) which is in charge
of configuring (editting system-auth file here !).
But why RedHat gives a system-auth file that is not working properly by
default ?? who knows ....