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Re: migrating passwd from NIS to LDAP
Tony Earnshaw <email@example.com> writes:
> tir, 09.03.2004 kl. 19.37 skrev Chris Majewski:
>> I've also set up my server to do TLS. So far, I can look people up
>> by pointing Mozilla's Addressbook to my LDAP server. I check the SSL
>> box, type in the userid of someone in my database. Then I get an
>> authentication window. I type in my password, and the entry for that
>> person appears. So far so good. Now I would like to use this LDAP
>> database as my passwd database (currently I use NIS). In my
>> nsswitch.conf I have this:
>> passwd: files ldap
>> In my /etc/ldap.conf I've put some stuff that seems more or less
>> correct (the documentation on this is not exactly plentiful).
>> Now, I know this isn't working because when I type ssh I get this:
>> You don't exist, go away!
> I love that!
> The thing is, that your Posix account (compare it to /etc/passwd) for
> cn: Xiushan(Shaun) Feng Doesn't exist, yet. You have to make it. Maybe
> /etc/group and /etc/shadow, too.
But I'm not Xiushan Feng! I'm Chris! And I do have an entry in the
database, similar to the entry I pasted before. This entry is not
exactly a passwd entry though -- for example, it doesn't say what my
home directory is. What kind of entry is pam_ldap expecting exactly,
(or is that a secret)?
> What OS and distro? (don't tell me, Windows XP, heh?)
> What Openldap version?
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