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comment how to allow a certain group of useres to only login via LDAP while others can use LDAP or local login?
got an answer for this on serverstack (where I should probably have posted this question in the first place). The solution is to add a group of "ldaponly" users and then add "auth default=1 success=ignore] pam_succeed_if.so user notingroup ldaponly" before the pam_unix2.so line... LDAP is mostly used for email here, so we don't have all the information (e.g. login bash, home directory, etc) in it, but I like to use it for password verification (and only that). Thanks for he comment though.
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