On Tue, 09 Mar 2010, Brad Fuller wrote:
Thanks for the reply. Yes. I checked the logs. (Mentioned in oreg
msg) and there was no mention of the client.
Afa sitting up he user - yes I set up a couple of users for posix access.
I think my problem is more fundamental. Yes, I do have port 389 open on both machines.
Any app that I can run on the client to see if it sees the ldap server?
On Mar 9, 2010 1:58 PM, <email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Hi Brad! On Tue, 09 Mar 2010, Brad Fuller wrote: > Thanks for the reply. See below On
Tue, Mar 9, ...
Authconfig also does stuff like configure PAM for you, etc, so you're
probably set there, but it's a bit more involved than just the canges
My guess now is that it's almost certainly expecting users to contain
the posixAccount object class, which you may or may not have set on
them currently. You mentioned that you were able to "create people,"
but didn't say how, so whether those were set up appropriately to work
as Unix logins is hard for me to say.
As far as being able to tell if your client is hitting the server or
not, you should be able to look at the server's access logs.
Take a look in the shared/bin directory. You'll find several of the
basic LDAP utilities (ldapsearch, etc) installed there.
I can't really pinpoint exactly where that directory is on your machine,
though. We use a custom directory structure here and I'm not sure where
yours would be located.