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[K12OSN] RE: IDEALX Management Console (Jim Kronebusch)



> > > # cd /lib
> > > # ln libssl.so.5 libssl.so.4
> > > # ln libcrypto.so.5 libcrypto.so.4
> 
> By doing the above three steps.  I just linked libssl.so.5 to so.4 and
> libcrypto.so.5 to so.4.  Go ahead and type the above commands at the
> terminal and give it a go again.
> 
> Now I just need to figure out how to configure imc.xml to be able to
> login.

Oh - that's the file.  In vim, assuming that your LDAP base is
"dc=boogie,dc=woogie,dc=org", run the following command:
:%s/dc=idealx,dc=com/dc=boogie,dc=woogie,dc=org/g

Or, do this:
$ sed 's/dc=idealx,dc=com/dc=boogie,dc=woogie,dc=org/g' /opt/IDEALX/imc/etc/imc.xml > /tmp/imc.xml.tmp
$ cp /opt/IDEALX/imc/etc/imc.xml /opt/IDEALX/imc/etc/imc.xml.org
$ cp /tmp/imc.xml.tmp /opt/IDEALX/imc/etc/imc.xml

I *think* that's all I did.  Then I restarted imc:
/etc/init.d/imc restart

And then I pointed my browser to:
https://localhost:8080

The "https" is very important; if you leave off the 's' then you don't
get any feedback at all.

Oh - and then you need to make sure you have a user who is in the
"Domain Admins" group.  I did the following for my "lkj" user:
$ /opt/IDEALX/sbin/smbldap-usermod -G 512 lkj

Then I logged in as 'lkj'.  Also, if I let my Console session time
out, I had to restart the browser in order to authenticate again.  I'm
not sure why.

--matt

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