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LDAP AUthentication on Netware

Does anyone ever try to configure netware v6 with NDS so it can authenticate
to LDAP server?
Just like as Linux, Sun, and w2000, so the LDAP can be an centralized
authentication server. I've configure Windows Server and Linux, but I
haven't in Novell System, becouse had not install yet.Where can I get any
Thank you

Widi Pradnyana
Informatics Program
ITS Surabaya

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bjørn Ove Grøtan" <bjorn.grotan@itea.ntnu.no>
To: "Frimpong, Jacob" <JFrimpong@naacpnet.org>
Cc: "'openldap-software@openldap.org'" <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2003 2:39 AM
Subject: Re: LDAP AUthentication

> Frimpong, Jacob:
> > Hello:
> > Can someone provide me with a detailed documentation on how to configure
> > Openldap for authenticating users on a LAN? So far, all the materials I
> > followed have proved fruitless. I have users on a redhat 9.0 platform.
> what kind of authentication are you thinking about? Windows domains
> (Samba), secure login (ssh), NIS or what?
> My guess is you want at least ssh-login to authenticate users to a
> LDAP-database. Then you want pam_ldap and nss_ldap by PADL-software.
> For your convenience install apt-tools for redhat and install
> redhat-binaries via 'apt-get install <name-of-package(s)>'
> Have you tried google at all?
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