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Re: Solaris 10 Heimdal kerberos/ldap

I just started working on this for Redhat.  Any gotcha's?  Does  
RedHat have ldap cacheing the way Solaris does?

Solaris is next.  I would think you could use ldapclient to get ldap  
and cacheing configured.  Then put ldap in as a source in /etc/ 
nsswitch.conf for whatever's appropriate.  Then put pam_krb5 in the  
relevant pam chains.  I think there may be an account chain that  
should have pam_ldap instead of pam_krb5.

Simple in theory.  ;-)

On Dec 28, 2006, at 3:43 AM, Kent Nasveschuk wrote:

> Hello,
> Is there anyone using Heimdal Kerberos/LDAP for Solaris 10 clients?  
> I've
> struggled through getting Fedora and RedHat to work with this but I'm
> having problems Solaris.
> LDAP version 2.3.27
> Heimdal 0.7.2
> Thanks.
> Kent N

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