Root Authentication Problem with Cron
I have a Debian server using Kerberos and LDAP authentication
against a Mac OS X 10.5 Server. All works great, but one problem,
everytime cron runs it tries to authenticate root against the LDAP
server, it completes succesfully, but I would like to try and stop the
authentication attempt against LDAP. I have the LDAP files
(pam_ldap.conf, ldap.conf, and libnss-ldap.conf) set for a minimum uid
of 1025, the krb5.conf file is also set for a minimum uid of 1025, and
the first authentication scheme in the pam.d files is pam_unix.so.
nsswitch.conf lists passwd, group, and shadow as "files ldap". Any
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