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Re: LDAP defined groups not set properly over ssh
lør, 27.03.2004 kl. 09.02 skrev Olivier Eymere:
> So, it simply appears that logging in over ssh only sets the groups that are
> defined locally in /etc/group and does not set any groups defined elsewhere.
> It appears that everything is configured properly and the groups do get set
> properly when methods other than ssh are used to login. Does anyone have an
> idea how to change this?
RedHat RHEL3, Openldap 2.2.7.
I have user tonni both in /etc/passwd and in /etc/group. He's also an
ldap user, though his primary LDAP group is different from /etc/passwd
and /etc/group, and in LDAP he's also a member of the group wheel. I've
notced that if I don't have nsswitch set to 'group ldap files' (i.e. if
it's 'group files ldap') he doesn't get wheel privileges, even though
'getent group tonni' shows him as a member of wheel..
That might help you, and it might not :)
mail: billy - at - billy.demon.nl