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RE: SASL MD5 - another try
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- Subject: RE: SASL MD5 - another try
- From: "Chapman, Kyle" <Kyle_Chapman@G1.com>
- Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 10:36:52 -0400
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- Thread-topic: SASL MD5 - another try
you can store sasl stuff in ldap:
From: Dieter Kluenter [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 10:11 AM
Subject: Re: SASL MD5 - another try
Alexander Lunyov <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hello openldap-software,
> I'm still don't get it. Let's play it step by step.
> 1. Install Cyrus-SASL 2.1.13 with default options in configure (not
> it's port in FreeBSD).
> 2. Install OpenLDAP 2.1.21 with --enable-sasl option in configure
> (also port).
> 3. Configure slapd.conf and add proper sasl-regexp option.
> 4. Get LDAP database filled.
> 5. Then i'm trying to bind to LDAP with -Y DIGEST-MD5 and result
same as before
> - logs are growing fast with "daemon: select timeout - yielding"
> entry. And that's all.
> I dreaming to get some error that you people have - but i've got
> only that "select timeout" and nobody seems to know what is
> The questions are:
> 1. Is SASL really works with LDAP (stupid question? i don't think
> 2. Do i need to config SASL in some way?
> 3. Do i need to compile ldapdb auxprop plugin for SASL?
> 4. Can anyone if you have SASL & LDAP working together write some
> small step by step howto?
You have to add users and password to sasldb.
saslpasswd2 -a ldap -u <sasl-realm> -c <user>
Dieter Kluenter | Systemberatung
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