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Re: Client Problem

You are apparently trying to get NSS and nss-ldap to work
properly on the system you refer to as an client.  Neither
NSS nor nss-ldap are part of OpenLDAP Software.  Not sure
where NSS is generally supported (likely a Redhat list
is is best as you are apparently using Redhat Linux).
For nss-ldap, PADL provides the <nssldap@padl.com> mailing


At 01:09 PM 9/20/2004, Rezk Mekhael wrote:
>Hi managers,
>        I have two redhat machines acting in an openldap client/server role.
>Whenever I  try to log in to the openLdap client  with my user ID registered
>in the LDAP  directory you got the following message before getting a shell
>prompt : "Cannot find name for user ID..."
>but I am  authenticated just fine, but I can  retrieve my user ID using "id"
>but I can?t see account name only I can see the ID not the account name
>login: my
>Last login: Fri Sep 17 13:18:58 from oscar.abcz.com
>id: cannot find name for user ID 670655
>robles11.abcz.com> ls -l
>total 32
>-rwxr-xr-x    1 670655   36           4375 Sep 30  1999 dead.letter
>drwxr-xr-x    2 670655   36           4096 Jul 10 18:37 mail
>-rw-r--r--    1 670655   36          19968 Feb 15  2000 ResearchReviewAccept
>34.doc robles11.abdz.com>
>It is the same problem in this link
>any idea 
>Rezk Mekhael
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