lucid unown user id LTSP user cant loggin
toddobryan at gmail.com
Sat Aug 21 20:21:28 BST 2010
I've been trying to set up LDAP in my lab and it's a huge mess. There
are several currently open LDAP bugs on Ubuntu and the fact that the
default install doesn't include a way to create a database except
completely manually is a huge pain.
If I get everything up and working and reasonably well scripted, I'll
post a link. (A former student who worked as a sysadmin at her college
has been a huge amount of help as I've worked through this, but I
think this is completely beyond the capabilities of most teachers
without a great deal of technical training. I teach computer science
and consider myself a competent programmer and I've almost given up in
frustration more than once.)
On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 12:55 AM, Michael Rickmann <mrickma at gwdg.de> wrote:
> I had seemingly the same issue one week ago, when upgrading an LTSP
> server from Hardy to Lucid. This server has to query a different machine
> via ldaps:// when a user wishes to log in. During update I kept the old
> /etc/pam.d files.
> I managed to work around the issue by installing the Name Service Cache
> Daemon nscd on the LTSP server. It had helped me on some fat clients before.
> Am 20.08.2010 08:22, schrieb Mattias Hemmingsson:
>> Yes i had everthing working fine in ubuntu 8.04
>> But when i installed the new ubuntu 10.04 i cant logg in.
>> The user can loggin with ssh but not throw the gdm.
>> I onlyt get the unnown user error id.
>> And i have tiried almost everything.
>> Are you using ubuntu 10.04 ?
>> // Matte
>> ----- Ursprungligt meddelande -----
>> Från: "David Hopkins"<dahopkins429 at gmail.com>
>> Till: "Mattias Hemmingsson"<matte at elino.se>, edubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com, "Edubuntu Users List"<edubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
>> Skickat: fredag, 20 aug 2010 1:18:41
>> Ämne: Re: lucid unown user id LTSP user cant loggin
>> On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 9:15 AM, Mattias Hemmingsson<matte at elino.se> wrote:
>>> I have 4 ltsp server running lucid staddning.
>>> But non of my ldap users can loggin to the servers.
>>> The servers dump and unown user id and then sends the user back to loggin.
>>> I have done som search and it seams to be cousing by somthing called DRI.
>>> And I also find a buf saying that its not possible to turn dri off on the lts.conf file on lucid.
>>> And that you have to set upp your own xorg.con file.
>>> So i tried all this but still my users can logged in.
>>> Is there any one using lucid with ltsp ans ldap and that has an working solution for this problem?
>> I also use LDAP (Openldap). Scott Balneaves wrote up a tutorial on how
>> to get authentication working a while back. It can be found here:
>> Follow the section for Client: install client pieces. For my systems,
>> I added just the ldap-auth-client. I answered the questions. I
>> changed the ldapi:/// to ldap://IP.x.y.z:389/ ... I also entered the
>> correct info for the realm. I answered yes to the question about
>> having root be able to change passwords, and no for the authentication
>> required to access the database.
>> Next, I copied/pasted the example profile changing given on the above
>> page, only I changed edubuntu to something appropriate for our school
>> and saved it as ncs-ldap-config.
>> I then invoked auth-client-config -a -p ncs
>> Afterwards I was able to use ldap. I now have 7 servers all
>> authenticating successfully following this approach. Many thanks to
>> Scott for help with that wiki page.
>> Dave Hopkins
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