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Re: Adding Objectclass account gives object class violation
On Wednesday, 14 April 2010 11:22:32 Shamika Joshi wrote:
> i'm sorry, but I'm beginner with openldap, dont have much knowldge about
> how to use schemas here...
> could you please explain in brief how to do that?
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 3:50 PM, Buchan Milne
> > On Wednesday, 14 April 2010 09:58:45 Shamika Joshi wrote:
> > > I'm using samba-openldap on Ubuntu 9.10 Server. I have created
> > > following user:rick using smbldap-tools which use default
> > > samba.schema.eg shown below. Now I also want to use "Host based
> > > authentication" using
> > pam_filter
> > > where I need to mention host entry which has to be present in that
> > > user record.
> > >
> > > pam_filter |(host=cms2)(host=cms3)
> > >
> > > However "host" attribute appears only if I add "objectclass:account".
> > > If
> > I
> > > go ahead to add that here for user:rick it gives me objectclass
> > violation.
> > > What could be the way out of it? Any inputs would be highly appreciated
> > Use hostObject objectclass from ldapns.schema, shipped with pam_ldap
> > source.
Well, you should have noted you were using back-config ...
Seems you have already created a custom schema, but I have converted the
majority of useful extra schemas for OpenLDAP to LDIF format for Mandriva, you
can find them here:
So, to get the original ldapns schema, you could now download
and run ldapadd -x -D cn=admin,cn=config -W -f ldapns.ldif