Is pam_dhkeys necessary? (LDAP Solaris9)



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Is pam_dhkeys necessary? (LDAP Solaris9)

Postby bz800k » Sat, 17 Mar 2007 12:11:10 GMT


I set up padl pam_ldap, nss_ldap on Solaris9.
By the LDAP certification, a user got possible to log in to a server
by telnet.

However, I had to write a description of pam_ldap before than
pam_dhkeys on pam.conf whether I commented out

The LDAP certification does not act if I do not do so it.

It seems that pam_dhkeys gives back an error surely.

Will pam_dhkeys be a necessary module in LDAP certification?


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