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It's a problem with your setup (I use openLDAP without any problems -
and I reckon others also do). Make sure that you have a loginshell
attribute on the user object.

getent passwd will have to return something like:
<user>:x:<uid>:<gid>:<something useless like name>:<home>:<shell>

Make sure that the loginshell attribute is set, check it with
ldapsearch, as it could be a rights issue make sure that [public] or
your ldapproxy user have rights to see it.


On Fri, 2004-11-26 at 18:17 -0300, Patricio Bruna V. wrote:
> so i was googling about it, and found a lot of people having the same
> problem.
> So my question is when it will be fixed?
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