BTW you are perfectly right, I don't need that anymore since
I now use pam_sss.so instead of pam_ldap.so
Something I had forgotten to clean : thanks.
I still see ldap servers passed to authconfig present in : sudo-ldap
(I have not managed to use sssd to gather rules yet) and openldap.conf
So it sounds like I might manage to remove ldap servers declaration
for authconfig (once I'll manage to use sssd for sudo).
2013/10/11 Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com>
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On 10/11/2013 08:41 AM, Olivier wrote:
> Hello Mikael,
> I don't know if sssd.conf support this syntax, nor authconfig, but
> that would not work for me anyway.
> authconfig generates other configurations than sssd.conf such as
> pam_ldap.conf for example (which does not support dns discovery).
> That's why I need to launch authconfig with explicit ldap servers
> (and I don't want them to be declared in ldap_uri).
Why are you configuring pam_ldap if you're using SSSD? That doesn't
make any sense.
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