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Re: Place place to start with user authentication?
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On Friday 23 April 2004 17:16, you wrote:
> At 08:04 AM 4/23/2004, Gavin Henry wrote:
> >I have currently been trying to set this up for all Linux user auth.
> This topic, in general, is more appropriate for other lists.
> OpenLDAP Software, itself, has little to do with Linux user auth
> (except for possibly providing access to and/or storing
> information in support of applications providing such
Thanks, this is what I meant. The right schema etc.
> For instance, questions about pam_ldap
> and nss_ldap should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
> and email@example.com mailing lists, respectively.
> >I have gathered from the list that bdb should be used, not ldbm.
> Personally, I view back-ldbm is deprecated in favor of back-bdb.
> >Are the above guides good to follow? Has anyone got a list of gotchas or
> > any other advise?
> For OpenLDAP, by itself, see the Admin Guide and FAQ.
> For Linux user authentication, see other works on other sites
> supported by other lists.
Again, thank you. I was hoping that someone had tried either of the above and
good recommend it's value.
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