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Re: Different shells ¿how to workaround?
I don't see you having any other options. If your clients all support
a loginShell then as the admin you need to make sure that the shell is
available on those platforms.
On 24/12/2008, Jordi Espasa Clofent <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm just learning OpenLDAP; I'm hope it isn't a silly question.
> I've mounted a OpenLDAP (version 2.4 in a FreeBSD 7.x platform) as
> account authentication server and all works fine. The clients are
> FreeBSD and GNU/Linux Debian. One problem I've found is related to
> loginShell field in posixAccount schema. It's because of when I was
> setting up the servers, I've configured /bin/csh as the default shell
> for the users
> It's ok in FreeBSD clients (csh exists in default instalation), but you
> get an error when you try to authenticate a Debian client. ¿Why? Simple,
> the default shell in Debian is /bin/bash, not the defined /bin/csh.
> Currently, do you have two options to workaround this issue:
> * install csh in Debian clients and assure that the binary path is /bin/csh
> * make a symlink /bin/csh which point to /bin/bash
> At present, I've chosen the second option.
> ¿Is correct this workaround or maybe I don't know some other obvious
> method to get it?
> Jordi Espasa Clofent
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