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RE: SASL authentication, user not found
IS there a specific log file for slapd, I don't get anything in messages so
I was assuming that there wouldn't be anything logged??
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What do you mean like this? Could you show me?
From: Howard Chu [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 22 March 2003 21:43
To: 'Tony Earnshaw'; 'Karl Lattimer'
Subject: RE: SASL authentication, user not found
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> [mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of Tony Earnshaw
> lør, 2003-03-22 kl. 19:06 skrev Karl Lattimer:
> > With the SASL regexp set to (In reply to Tony Earnshaw);
> Basically, I owe this all (and a lot more :) to Howard Chu anyway, so
> always believe him first ... heh ...
One day I'm going to show up in Amsterdam and I'm going to expect you to
me where the good pubs are...
> > sasl-regexp
> > "uid=(.*),cn=LSiaB,cn=DIGEST-MD5,cn=auth"
Normally the SASL library strips off the realm if the user is in the default
realm. Look at your slapd logs and see if the "cn=LSiaB" part is actually
showing up. I expect it's not, so you should remove that from the regexp.
> > "uid=$1,ou=test,o=lsiab.lan"
> > # "ldap:///o=lsiab.lan??sub?=uid=$1"
> > The # is there because I've been trying both with every
> thing I've changed.
> Well, mine works and I cheesed mine off Howard!
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