On Thu, May 18, 2006, Darryl Hoar wrote: > [...] > > suffix "dc=osborneinternal, dc=com" > rootdn "cn=Manager, dc=osborneinternal, dc=com" > rootpw secret > > [...] > > when I try to do a : > > mailman# ldapadd -D 'dc=osborneinternal, dc=com' -f directory.ldif -W > the system prompts > Enter LDAP Password: > I type in my password exactly as it is in the slapd.conf. So in the above > slapd.conf it would be the password "secret" without quotes. No, its not > really the word > secret, and yes its internal so its intended to be a clear text password. > > The system replies with : > ldap_bind: Invalid credentials > > how the heck do I get this to work ?
You aren't using the rootdn specified in the above configuration. If you want to auth against your rootdn, the correct command line would be: % ldapadd -xWD 'cn=Manager,dc=osborneinternal,dc=com' < directory.ldif -- Mahlon E. Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://www.martini.nu/
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