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Re: using openldap with mac os x clients
Thanks for your help.
I have upgraded to openldap 2.2.27 on your advice but I have the same problem.
Just to be clear, I should emphasize that a basic ldap search from a
mac (ie. ldapsearch) actually works. Here's an example of one that
> ldapsearch -x -h "foo.uwaterloo.ca" -D "uid=testguy,ou=People,dc=tcl,dc=com" -W -b 'dc=tcl,dc=com' 'objectclass=posixAccount'
Furthermore, the id command works as I expect it to:
uid=521(testguy) gid=502(cscfadm) groups=502(cscfadm)
It is just when I take the final step and try to actually authenticate
a user that the server crashes. Eg.
> su -l testguy
On 6/20/05, Quanah Gibson-Mount <email@example.com> wrote:
> --On Monday, June 20, 2005 10:10 AM -0400 Darcy Kroeker
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I'm having trouble getting my openldap server to work with mac clients.
> > When I try to authenticate a mac os x client (OS 10.3) against
> > openldap (2.2.24), the openldap server crashes. I can successfully
> > authenticate fc3 clients. I can also successfully do an ldapsearch
> > from the mac. So _something's_ working, clearly. The openldap server
> > is running on RH9.
> > Does anyone have any advice about how I can solve this problem? I am
> > new to openldap so any clues will be welcome.
> Well, a search shouldn't crash a server. However, there was a faulty patch
> that made it into 2.2.24 that might be the culprit. Have you tried
> OpenLDAP 2.2.26 or OpenLDAP 2.2.27? They do not have that patch in them.
> I've been able to set up OS X to query against an OpenLDAP server without
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