can anyone tell me what is the difference between these two files of LDAP client /etc/ldap.conf and /etc/ldap/ldap.conf and for what purposes these two files gives services. Is it necessary to have these two files at a time ?
I want to configure LDAP auth in DB2. From IBM docs I learned that first I need to configure LDAP authentication in operating system. But in documentation described old way of configuring LDAP for Operating system. RedHat recommends to use only new SSSD tool.
So, I configured it using SSSD (but without SSL, setting FORCELEGACY parameter in authconfig file to YES).
I am trying to set up an OpenBSD box to use a LDAP server for authentication. I am following the directions at http://www.obfuscurity.com/2009/08/OpenBSD-as-an-LDAP-Client and for the most part they seem to be working.
I have a TestLink webservice running on a server, and OpenLDAP running on other server. There are no firewall problems between them (I managed to configure Redmine, on the same server as TestLink, to use LDAP authentication).
But whenever I place the configuration for LDAP in TestLink, TestLink stops working.
I am building a LTSP server with LDAP authentication for LTSP Clients. I have configured LDAP server. When I try to login from LTSP client in GUI, I am getting No response from server, restarting. Then, It's restarting the GUI and comes to the login screen again. I thought that there could be a problem with LDAP authentication.