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List LDAP users on linux client?

I have configured an LDAP client on my Linux machine. I am able to use su - myldapuser and use it. I just want to know, can I list all my LDAP users on this machine? Referring to this link: How to ...
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Grant Ubuntu root permissions to ldap user

I have a development Ubuntu machine attached to our corporate domain. I have root permissions on this machine, however my ldap account does not. I would like to grant my ldap user unrestricted local ...
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LDAP backed Samba File Sharing - What is really required?

I'm administrating a small network infrastructure consisting of a couple of Linux machines used for development and several web services. User management is done using a LDAP database which works very ...
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Is it possible to define a custom basepath for proftpd home directories?

I know the DefaultRoot ~ setting that you can use to jail users into their home directories but I need to customize this. When authenticating with proftpd I get the user's home-directory from ldap ...
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Network Ubuntu Server - Ubuntu Client

I'm new about Ubuntu server and Linux networks. I want to use Ubuntu Server for sharing folders, but especially to work in a team to develop software. If possible I would like that client can ...
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1answer
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nslcd failing to come up in Lubuntu 14.04 Desktop

After installing Kerberos and LDAP via instructions from Ubuntu's Single Sign On instructions, modified a mite to fit my setup, I could manually sudo service nslcd start and then call getent passwd to ...
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389 LDAP server: woes setting it up

I'd like to use a LDAP server as a centralized rolodex I'm on fedora 20 I'm following the 389 administration manual, but when I get to create a root object, I get this window from the visual console ...
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Joining a machine to Active Directory using Autoyast via user input

I'm preparing a template for a machine with SuSE Studio. The machine is expected to be part of our company's Active Directory domain. In revision 1.0.0 I have made lots of configuration and verified ...
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Using ldapbind to Authenticate

I'm trying to run ldapbind to authenticate to an LDAP server. From running Java code that attempts to connect via LDAP, I know that a "Connection Timeout Error" is occurring. However, am I running ...
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How to trace LDAP authentication failures?

1) I have a working LDAP server which I've confirmed can be used with LDAP clients, running on ec2 via jumpbox. 2) I've run authconfig to setup ldap based authentication, to point to the server: ...
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What is the BASE DN for my LDAP server?

I've seen alot of tutorials about ldap "basedn" which imply that you can use a generic string like "mycompany". However, in my case, I already have an ldap server, and the root of it seems to be: ...
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minimal LDAP + user authentication example for *nix

I need to setup a VERY minimal LDAP setup on RHEL / Fedora. no need for kerberos would like to avoid any DNS server setup dont mind if its insecure : it is only for testing. all user ...
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How does LDAP user management subvert /etc/groups and /etc/password

This question is written from the perspective of an LDAP novice: Standard linux ID credentials are stored in the /etc/passwd /etc/groups directories. Does LDAP based authentication subvert the ...
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How can I set path for non-interactive user authenticated using LDAP?

On a Mac running OSX 10.7.5, I need to set the PATH for non-interactive users who connect via ssh and are authenticated using LDAP. It's the same question that was asked (and answered) here: ...
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Where is path set for non-interactive user authenticated using LDAP?

There is a Mac on our network (let's call it MACHINE) that is configured to do LDAP authentication. There is no local user named USER on this Mac, but there is a user named USER known to the LDAP ...
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See a list of users logged in using LDAP

I helped set up a computer lab with a LDAP setup to share home folders and to use for user login. The server running ldap is centos and the computers connecting to it are linux mint. People can get ...
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Where does the getgroups Linux system call get data from

I'm debugging a problem where when I log in I get an error cannot find name for group ID 387. I'm trying to figure out what this group is supposed to be and why my user is associated with it. Using ...
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how to send email from my linux web server [closed]

I created a PHP program for some purpose and it is working on a server I bought from Godaddy. From that program I can send emails, insert, update, delete information and do whatever I want. Now the ...
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1answer
340 views

Linux system login: How to use /etc/passwd to filter user name again ldap

I'm working for an university. I can access the University LDAP server but can't modify anything (it's readonly to me). I have several Linux machines, I want to config all the machines to authenticate ...
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1answer
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User privileges LDAP scheme

I needed to create a user (it's already created) in my LDAP schema and want to give privileges of reading/writing to that user like if they were the admin but just for a specific subtree. The thing ...
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How give the permission to access subfolders in /root?

I need give the permission to read/write in this folder, which are subfolder of /root directory to mike.jackson (for some reason someone crete this folder inside /root) : ...
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1answer
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Find out my bind DN in a Windows network

I am in a windows network and want to use Linux' LDAP search. For this I need to find out my DN. I am already logged in on a Windows computer using Outlook to the exchange server and this one seems ...
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1answer
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Caching of passwords

I'm using Likewise to connect a Linux machine onto a Windows network. Doing so allows GUI access to the Windows domain through the network file navigator (Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome). However when this ...
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Mount Mac OSX server NFS from Linux <krb5> LDAP?

I'm trying to mount an NFS share from Fedora 16. The server is Mac OS X Server, set up by my coworker. I believe it requires Kerberos/LDAP authentication, so I would start the (probably arduous) ...
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Other way to connect to ldap besides ssh? [closed]

I have been following some tutorials on installing the client and connecting to the LDAP server and they all say its via ssh. Is there another way besides ssh to connect to the LDAP server?
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Ldapsearch query

I have around 10 users who have been given access to one specific application which uses AD authentication. ldapsearch -p xxx -LLL -x -w test -h abc.com -D abc -b dc=abc,dc=com sAMAccountName=xyz | ...
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Is it possible to store Hashed data in a different field than userPassword in LDAP

I've been asked to store hashed data in a LDAP server. Putting hashed passwords is easy but I'm not sure if LDAP allows to store data like email hashed or even encrypted. Creating a LDIF file with a ...
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1answer
518 views

Include gid in home directory map with nslcd

I need to specify a different path to home directories on a particular server than different from LDAP one. I know ho to change using map in /etc/nslcd.conf: map passwd homeDirectory ...
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1answer
205 views

LDAP management hosted on linux for windows machines

I have an isolated lan with 30+ windows workstations conected to debian server. By saying isolated means that workstations do not have (and must not have) access to internet or other networks or ...
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4answers
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How to get Linux users list from LDAP

We've just linked one of our Linux host to LDAP and ActiveDirectory. Now I'm trying to check how I get list of users and their details from within the Linux side.
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How to join an Active Directory with a Linux machine

How can I join an Active Directory domain with a Linux machine? Will it work with Ubuntu, Redhat, CentOS? Are there any with which it will not work?