I installed a Centos 6.3 system (new) and set up LDAP server (openldap, as you can guestt).Then I turned on LDAP authrization (PAM) and ssh works fine.Of course, I want to r... [by pianist]
I am currently trying to add LDAP support to supplement a file auth system. Unfortunately, I can't just phase out the file system in it's entirety because of when the LDAP server goes down. The current status is that I have a system that works for both LDAP and file login, if the LDAP server is online and responding. But, when the LDAP server goes down, that is when I encounter issues.
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've been migrating some servers and desktops using Ubuntu 10.04 from getting the users from an old OpenLDAP implementation to a newer Centos Active Directory. I haven't had any problems so far, until I reached a Debian Lenny server.
I've set up the server as the others, setting /etc/ldap.conf and /etc/ldap/ldap.conf.