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Quick newbie pointer - unauth ldap* commands as root on ldap master
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- Subject: Quick newbie pointer - unauth ldap* commands as root on ldap master
- From: Tim Watts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2011 18:18:31 +0100
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Sorry - this will sound really dumb... For people who aren't very LDAP
savvy, what the cleanest way to rig an LDAP server that I have root
access to to:
allow unprompted ldap* commands (eg ldapmodify).
GoSA has got confused creating a user and I need to manually force some
ldif files with minor changes through...
MIT Kerberos has a kdamin.local command that does not care about
authentication because it has direct access to the database files.
Is there something similar for OpenLDAP? This is a files based ldap
server, not using SQL.
I have located an ldap.secret file but am having trouble authenticating
with its content. I'm fairly confused because LDAP appears to have many
many ways to handle authentication...
Personal Blog: http://www.dionic.net/tim/