From what i've seen FreeIPA has a major drawback at present, it
on EL without hacking. Also from what I've seen it requires
Fedora 10, which
as I understand is moving into unsupported status already.
On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 7:04 PM, Doug Chapman <prjctgeek(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, Dec 21, 2009 at 5:46 PM, Scott Kaminski <scott.kaminski(a)gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm trying to setup a simple Kerberos/LDAP solution instead of going down
> the NIS route and I haven't had much luck. I have a mix of around 30 CentOS
> 5 and 4 machines. I want to use 389 as my directory server. Is anyone
> aware of a complete howto on how to set this up using 389?
> Also I was wondering if someone could clarify the relationship between
> kerberos and ldap? I've got a functional kerberos and ldap server running on
> two vm's and i've setup one server as the primary kdc and admin server and
> configured it to replicate the kerberos data. I've setup both machines to
> authenticate using kerberos and to obtain user info using ldap. How do i
> know that i'm actually using ldap + kerberos properly?
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