Eric Masson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Follow up to myself, sorry

> The command asks for an ldap password that I type but, the result is :
> ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49).
> I've double checked the password and reinitialized the ldap database,
> but no change atm.

I've rebuilt all ports, with no success until I created the
/etc/pam.d/ldap file as stated in pam_ldap's pkg-message.

It works fine now, and pam_mkhomedir creates home directory on first

Sorry for the noise.

 MW >Tss... Un cybermaquereau. On aura tout vu !
 JdC> Pourquoi pas ? Il doit bien exister des cybermorues.
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