Ivan V. wrote:
I have an Ubuntu 7.04 server with Fedora Directory Server (the one for
FC5) installed and running.
I want to enable LDAP authentication with PAM, but it seems I have a
problem with the libsasldb.so.2 library.
When ns-slapd starts it throws this error on auth.log:
unable to dlopen /usr/lib/sasl2/libsasldb.so.2: undefined symbol:
After some digging, it seems it's caused by the incompatibility
between my libsasldb and the one required by FDS.
What version of sasl2 is Ubuntu
7.04 using? Note that if you build your
own private version of sasl, you can just put it somewhere under
/opt/fedora-ds, and edit the start-slapd shell script to set
LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to libsasl2.so, and point SASL_PATH at the sasl
Also, what version of Apache is Ubuntu 7.04 using?
And when I try to login, on the same auth.log pam_ldap throws this error:
ldap_simple_bind: Can't contact LDAP server
Which I think is caused by the same problem, because otherwise my LDAP
directory is working just fine.
What version of libsasldb do I need exactly for FDS? Is it possible to
install it on Ubuntu or somehow tell FDS to use one located at a
different place? Are these the right questions?
Reward of $100 USD to the person that helps me get LDAP authentication
working (via PayPal), without suggesting I place FDS on a Fedora Core
server, because this is actually for a guide (free) I'm writing to
help other small companies replace Active Directory with
To be able to collect the reward and be fair, please post on this
I hope you don't find my request out of place. I'm just trying to
learn, to help other small companies, and to give my grain of sand to
the OS community.
- Ivan V.
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