I am happy to see that the communty have got a good-looking directory server.
Soon, I hope I can throw away our M$ active directory, and run fedora
directory instead, but I am having some issue, authenticating linux desktops.
So, here's what I have:
Fedora Directory installed on CentOS 4.0 (redhat EL clone)
Ran the typical install (after reading redhat directory install manual)
I can successfully login to the web-admin interface, and add users (after
binding as Directory Manager).
Due to a java error, I cannot use the console, but I rather use GQ (a gnome
LDAP tool). I can bind (as Directory Manager), and add/remove stuff.
So, here's what I continued doing:
Added a user (using the webinterface).
Added objectclass posixAccount to this user (using GQ)
Turning to my desktop, running Ubuntu Hoary and Openldap, I set it up using
this ldap config:
I've tried to use ssl (and tls_checkpeer no), and no ssl.... nothing works.
In my log on the fedora directory server, I see the connection, and it first
tries to find the posixAccount, and returns no error. Then it looks for
shadowAccount, and returns no error (after I added that objectclass as well).
The client worked fine, authenticating with my previous openldap server... and
I can't see why I doesn't authenticate with my new fedora server.
Help would be highly appreciated :)
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