* CentOS 5.8, LDAP server & client* Multiple CentOS 5.8 and CentOS 6.3 LDAP clientsSymptom: Client authentication requests for some users succeed while other users fail.
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 am building LTSP environment with LDAP authentication. I have configured the LTSP,LDAP server and client perfectly. I checked with getent passwd command in LTSP/LDAP client. It is giving my LDAP users details.
When I booted my LTSP thin client, I am able to login with LDAP user credentials in Alt+Ctrl+F1 mode. But, Not able to login through GUI( lightdm ).
Is it possible to allow ldap users access to my NFS server (auto-mounts) but deny ldap users the ability to log-in to the physical machine locally?
Currently to allow ldap users access to the shares on my NFS server, and to map the ldap users correctly, I have installed the following packages on the NFS server: ldap-auth-client, libpam-krb5, krb5-user & libsasl2-modules-gssapi-mit.
Hello friends, how are you? I commented .. I have a Centos 6 Autetique configured to Samba with LDAP. The LDAP configuration is fine, since when do getent brings ldap users and groups. The problem ... [by romanrsr]
So I have this centos 5.10 box which authenticates network users
against ldap(authorizing)+kerberos(authentication). And I now would
like to have sudo be able to allow admins (netgroup chinbeards) to