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- Subject: krb5_verify_user
- From: Stephen Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 15:38:40 -0500
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I recently setup a RHEL 3 ldap server (2.2.20) that is currently
running slapd. I installed phpldapadmin on the ldap server, and can
create new ldap entries.
I pointed a RHEL 3 client to the ldap server with /etc/nsswitch and
edited the client's /etc/ldap.conf. As root, I attempted to su to a
different user and I received the following error on the client:
krb5_verify_user: unable to reach any KDC in realm xxx.xxx
I simply hit the enter key, and the uid changes.
When a standard user attempts to su to another standard user, the su
fails and the userid remains the same.
Is this a ldap configuration error?