Thanks Doug...that did the trick.
---- Doug Chapman <prjctgeek(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I had this same same issue until I changed the JAVA variable in the
fedora-idm-console script (or you could fix your PATH so the correct jre
came first, it's just doing `which java`).
On Jan 18, 2008 6:41 PM, <leonhardt(a)hawaii.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone...I'm new to LDAP and FDS, so please bear with me.
> I just install FDS 1.1 on a clean F8 box. I got through the setup scripts
> but when I launch fedora-idm-console, and enter my login info I keep getting
> an Error 400 response. My login looks like this:
> User ID: cn=Directory Manager
> Password: ********
> Administration URL: http://localhost:9830
> I've tried all kinds of variations, username w/o the "cn=", logging in
> "admin", and every variation of IP/partially/fully-qualified domain name
> could think of for the box. I've also tried running with '-a' (it
> recognize the -d option, recommended to me by someone in the #fedora-ds
> room). This is my error, no matter what I do:
> Can't logon because of an incorrect User ID,
> Incorrect password or Directory problem.
> Response: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request
> Status: 400
> URL: http:/admin-serv/authenticate
> This last line bothers me...it looks as if the console is not even trying
> to pass the login info to a valid URL! If I just point my browser at
I get the HTML back-end and can authenticate there
> to get into the "Adminsitration Express" tool, so I'm fairly convinced
> using the correct login info...
> I's confused...
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