On Monday 18 December 2006 18:20, Sigurður Bjarnason wrote:
I have been testing the Fedora Directory server as central authentication
for Redhat server environment, it works ok with the authentication but I
need to know if there is any other way of managing users centrally and then
with tool that can also manage access rights to the clients as well.
Or is there maybe a simple way of using FDS in co-op with access rights
program like SUDO ..or other ?.. or is using FDS not the recommended way to
go here ?
You can control sudo rights from FDS, you just need sudo schema, sudo entries
to the FDS and sudo that supports LDAP for rule storage.
I took sudo from Fedora Core 4, enabled the LDAP support and re-compiled, it
works fine. My sudo is sudo-1.6.8p8-2.4.i686.rpm.
My servers are RHEL4ES.