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Re: Can't log in from Solaris (9) Client(s)
this is a classic gotcha with solaris and padl migration tools.
you have the answer in the log...
On Thu, 2003-09-11 at 16:28, Tibbetts, Ric wrote:
> Sep 11 11:31:44 meeng3 slapd: [ID 902418 local4.debug] conn=47
> op=1 SRCH base="ou=people,dc=ldap-test,dc=com" scope=2
> Sep 11 11:31:44 meeng3 slapd: [ID 706578 local4.debug] conn=47
> op=1 SRCH attr=uid userpassword shadowflag
> Sep 11 11:31:44 meeng3 slapd: [ID 362707 local4.debug] conn=47
> op=1 SEARCH RESULT tag=101 err=0 nentries=0 text=
Solaris requires that each account has objectclass: shadowAccount. Add
this objectclass to each account and all will be well. A small
adjustment to the PADL script will prevent this happening again.
Good luck with the solaris clients, theres nothing too tricky...
> In short:
> If logged into a client as root, I can identify a user:
> #> id [user-name]
> works, and it returns the expected values.
> But trying login fails with "Login Incorrect"
> So it's recognises the ueser, but is not getting the password?
> I can put the config file on a web site, if anyone needs to see those.
> But I'm hoping that the above output will provide enough clues.
> The setup:
> OpenLDAP 2.1.22
> Server OS: Solaris 9
> Client OS:
> RedHat 9
> Solaris 9
> Any assistance will, as always, be greatly appreciated.
> I've come a long way with this installation. Just a little more to go!
> Thankx again!
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