On Tue, 09 Mar 2010, Brad Fuller wrote:
I'm brand new to FDS/LDAP. I've set up the server, seems to run fine,
can log in to the admin/dir console and create people.
I've tried to set up a fedora 12 client so that I can log in accessing
the FDS server but I don't seem to be making any connection to it
I've edited /etc/ldap.conf to add the base dc= dc=com and added "host"
To /etc/nsswitch.conf I've added
passwd: files ldap
shadow: files ldap
group: files ldap
that is all that I've changed
/var/log/messages and /var/log/secure don't show any activity on
either the server or client.
I receive "authorization failure" when trying to log in.
Are there any tools that I can use to see if my client is seeing the
Have I missed something in the configuration?
BTW, I've looked and searched and read the 3 RH DS documents, but I
didn't see anything that I've missed.
You'rei missing a lot of configuration, actually.
I believe Fedora has the "authconfig" command. That's probably a good
place to start getting things set up.
You probably won't find a ton of info digging through docs for RHDS
or 389, since setting up LDAP clients is very much dependent on
exactly what the client is. for more information on that stuff you're
probably better going to the docs for the client (in this case, Fedora