Speaking of ldap....

Ezra Taylor ezra.taylor at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 18:25:16 UTC 2007

         Openldap is great code.  Your just a bad system administrator.


On 10/12/07, m.roth2006 at rcn.com <m.roth2006 at rcn.com> wrote:
> Ghu, do I *loathe* openldap. Talk about amateur code - they can't even
> give error messages some times, much less usefull ones.
> I've had an openldap server running for a year. A few weeks back, I
> enabled it on a new server we racked. Everything was fine, and users could
> log in.
> Then, somewhere in maybe the last week, something happened. I have no
> clue, but suddenly my user can't log in. When I go to the box as root, and
> try to su - to either my user's account, or my own, I get "user does not
> exist".
> We log in on all our other servers. Looking at Webmin on this box, when I
> go to ldap users and groups, I see everyone. I can telnet to the ldap
> server, port 389 (I don't have it set up secure - it's in our "lab") with no
> problem.
> pam's /etc/pam.d/system-auth is fine, and says to check ldap before
> /etc/passwd.
> Anyone have any ideas?
>        mark
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Ezra Taylor

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