> >I have googled for a very long time, but I haven't found any useful > > howto on this issue. Well, there is > > > http://www.cultdeadsheep.org/FreeBSD/docs/Quick_and_dirty_FreeBSD_5_x_and_nss_ldap_mini-HOWTO.html > > but that seems to be a bit confusing an not up-to-date. I guess it > > _should_ be possible - and indeed very useful (especially combinde > > with Samba PDC and an easily maintainlable mail server). So please, if > > you have any experiences or knowledge of a useful description..! > > > > Regards, > > Jon Theil Nielsen
2008/2/14, Dave <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Hi, > I am far from an expert, in fact i'm still learning. I don't know a lot > of the jargon, that is i still get the more intense terms mixed up, but i've > been banging my head against ldap for about a month now and am starting to > show results. Right now i'm using ldap in jails on freebsd 6.2 as i don't > have all the bugs worked out to go production. I've got a directory that is > a user addressbook as well as handles authentication of users, both for the > jailed ldap server, but for two other jailed environments, one the ldap > client, the other just a test machine. I've also authenticated a linux box > against this server that works fine with a few tweaks. Right now i've got a > jail specifically for testmail setup i'm going to try to hook in email > services, pop/imap, smtp, etc. in to ldap. > If you have im abilities i can talk more there, but basically it's > definitely not trivial to get going, in my opinion others might differ. > Dave. > I have some experience with FreeBSD but not with running in jails. I migth be a solution, but I don't know. What I would really like was a thorough desription of setting LDAP authentication up for the wholw system. But I might read up on jails. Thanks anyway. Regards, Jon Theil Nielsen _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"