Re: Installed libpam-ldap - now ssh is rude to me!!!
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On Monday 21 Apr 2003 7:12 pm, Mark Ferlatte wrote:
> Alan Chandler said on Mon, Apr 21, 2003 at 06:33:52PM +0100:
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> > I just carefully installed libnss-ldap and libpam-ldap, and copied
> > /usr/share/doc/libpam-ldap/examples/pam.d/ into /etc/pam.d
> > I seem to be using ldap to login ok.
> > However, ssh is not so kind. This is what it says when I attempt to ssh
> > to another box.
> > alan@kanger:~$ ssh roo
> > You don't exist, go away!
> > Although, I thought I was totally using public/private keys to control
> > access - - so what am I doing wrong?
> ssh isn't able to look up your username in LDAP. You've probably got a NSS
> misconfiguration somewhere... either in your LDAP server, libnss-ldap, or
> /etc/nsswitch.conf would be my guess.
Sort of correct. For reasons I don't understand yet, binding to the server
doesn't seem to work correctly. By changing access to * it now works
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