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Re: pam_ldap and host
From: Tony den Haan (tonytuxick.net)
Date: Wed Dec 17 2003 - 10:41:06 CST
On Wednesday 17 December 2003 16:16, Sergey wrote:
> В Срд, 17.12.2003, в 20:04, Chris Jackson пишет:
> > Do you have a "host" attribute set in ldap with the host name you are
> > logging into? You will need a wild card (host = "*") if you want to
> > allow your self access to all hosts where this is set.
> yes, I have only host=apex.csu.ac.ru, but I can login to
> reindeer.csu.ac.ru. (I get warm, message about homedir and shell.)
> It's a good idea with host="*" for all hosts, I didn't know it, but at
> this time I want to denie access for host (jast for test :-), and to
> denie access for other users)
> > On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 09:47, Sergey wrote:
> > > Hi All!
> > > How does it work? I added "pam_check_host_attr yes" at /etc/ldap.conf.
> > > When I login to host, I get
> > > Access denied for this host
> > > Could not chdir to home directory /home/srg: No such file or directory
> > > -bash-2.05b$
> > > So, I have a shell :-(
> > > How can I fix it?
is ldap_nss there at all?
is "ldap" related stuff configured in nsswitch.conf?
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