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Newbie post, let me know if you need any other info, inside leg measurement, blood type etc.
I wanted to restrict users to logging onto specific hosts, I.e. to keep developers away from Production hosts etc. I managed to do this on thread http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-users-789466/ using Sun's SDSCC.
We're now migrating to OpenLDAP and I need the same functionality. I found the 'ismemberof' attribute does not appear to be part of the default schemas that come with Redhat 5.3 RPM's, Openldap is V 2.3.43.
I found an interesting article at http://forums.devshed.com/ldap-progr...te-191444.html on how to create your own schema's. So I created a file called /etc/openldap/schema/memberof.schema and put in the following text:
# The isMemberOf attribute associated with an entity is a
# collection of values each of which identifies a group to
# which that entity belongs.
attributetype ( 184.108.40.206.4.1.59220.127.116.11.1
DESC 'identifiers for groups to which containing entity belongs'
SYNTAX '18.104.22.168.4.1.1422.214.171.124.15' )
Then I added this schema to the slapd.conf and restarted ldap.
In the client, I've used the same 'ismemberof' line from my previous thread, so it says:
Having tried MANY combination's of ?, ( and ) it won't work.
So, can anyone comment on my schema, it right? is it complete sh!te?
Does the nss_apsswd line need changing now I've moved to Openldap?
Comments on a postcard please.
BTW - I've been looking at LDAP books to cure my insomnia, and found http://www.amazon.co.uk/LDAP-Directo...2282151&sr=1-1. The books.google.com site had some useful pages from this book but the review on amazon is not great.
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