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Old 08-01-2011
Authentication with LDAP in opensolaris

Hi all,

I have two virtual machines, one with Suse and another with opensolaris 2009.06.
The ldap server is in the Suse machine.
From my opensolaris, with command ldalist i can see the information about the ldap configuration, i mean, the dn: ou:....
if i type id <ldapuser> i can see the user information regarding this user.
From the opensolaris machine i can login via ssh in the suse machine with ldap credentials. From the suse machine i cannot never login with the ldap credentials.
I was searching in the internet and i found this website:
blog.maniac.nl/setting-up-ldap-with-openldap-server-solaris-10-aix-61-and-linux-clients/
in the pam.conf i add the configuration regarding the pam module "pam_ldap.so.1"
after i reboot the machine i was never able to login in the machine even locally.
with the help from this site, "reseting Opensolaris passwords" , i was able to restore my pam.conf file and now im able to login again locally.

Anyone of u have some tips regarding the pam authentication in opensolaris?

Tks

Checo
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