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I have very limited knowledge on LDAP configuration and have been trying fix one issue, but unsuccessful.
The server, I am working on, is Solaris-10 zone. sudoers is configured on LDAP (its not on local server). I have access to login directly on server with root, but somehow sudo is not working... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: solaris_1977
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have some scripts where I go and do some LDAP/NIS queries to report on users on Unix servers. What I am trying to figure out is, how do I know which server is the LDAP? The configs have been in place long before I took over so was hoping someone had some insight on how to figure this out. I must... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: dagamier
we are implementing new ldap in our organization exclusively for Linux authentication purposes. As we are new to the subject, I would appreciate help regarding which schema to use to create group of users and accounts / passwords entries? I see both schemas listed in subject above... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Lastminute
4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
After months of threats, we're finally migrating servers from NIS+ to LDAP. :eek: I'm happy using niscat, nisgrep etc and now it seems I have to use ldapsearch which is far from being a simple CLI!
Are there any easy (easier?) ways to interrogate the LDAP directory? :confused:
Jerry (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: JerryHone
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I'm creating a scrip for auditing our AIX box's to ensure that they are built according to our system standards. I'm not sure on the logic for checking to see if the NIS and NIS+ services are disabled. any idea's? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: sport
I am a newbee in HP UX wanted to know how to configure DNS,NFS,NIS,LDAP and LVM(mirror,sparing and multipathing) in HP UX 11iv2 and v3 and i did go through some of the docs on hp.com but i think those are for experience UX users and i am new to this so if some one could just mention... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: coolsami
I have a Solaris client here needs to bind to NIS server in another subnet. Following is the configuration i made on the client,
1) edit /etc/inet/hosts to add an entry of the NIS server -- nserver01
2) execute `domainname` to set local NIS domain to the domain of the NIS server.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sn_wukong
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We have a RedHat 8.0 NIS master, with a RedHat 8.0 NIS Slave.
We also have a small number of SUSE 9.1 and SUSE 10 machines here for evaluation.
However, no matter what i do, the SUSE machines will not talk to the NIS Servers.
If i broadcast for NIS Servers for the specified NIS domain, it... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: fishsponge
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I just took over the admin role from someone and I wanna setup sendmail (just to send mail from the host) however, after I config all the resolv.conf, nssitch.conf, hosts file and when I try to send a mail out, after I punched ctl-D, it returned he following,
"NIS map mail.aliases... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: stancwong
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Hi, I am a solaris administrator who is currently working in a solaris 2.6,7,8,9 environment. We are using NIS for centralised account authentication, groups, host name resolution and most importantly automounting. NIS , over the last few months has been rearing its notorious ugly head, and to be... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: hcclnoodles