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RE: Solaris Strong Authentication

Hi Igor,

Irrespective of whether openldap *should* be hacked to
workaround this pb, do you have any details of the hack?
I'd like to try it for myself and maybe use it until
Sun finally get round to adding sasl/gssapi to the
Solaris ldap client.


On 13 May 2003, Igor Brezac wrote
> Solaris 9 can do SASL/(DIGEST|CRAM)-MD5 and TLS.  
> believe CRAM-MD5) is broken when used with Openldap.  It 
> should work with
> iplanet.  Solaris 9 ldap client tries to sasl bind with 'dn: 
> <dn>' which
> openldap reports as an invalid DN.  Openldap can be hacked to 
> work around
> this issue.  Should it?

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