El jue, 06-08-2009 a las 12:15 -0500, Matt Brookings escribió:
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> Benón Fuertes wrote:
> > server# /var/vpopmail/bin/vadduser u...@domain password
> > Error: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
> > Failed while attempting to add user to auth backend
> > Error: no authentication database connection
> Sounds like it can't talk to the database. What version of vpopmail is this?
> ~vpopmail/bin/vadduser -v
It doesn't show any version. I use:
/home/vpopmail/bin/vadduser -v u...@domain password
and I get:
Error: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
Failed while attempting to add user to auth backend
Error: no authentication database connection
No information at all.
> > I believe I haven't installed new software that can be causing this.
> > There is an openldap server but was installed and running before I
> > noticed this behavior. Of course, I'm trying to execute this command as
> > root.
> > The owner of qmail files is "vpopmail" who belongs to the group
> > "vchkpw".
> What authentication backend are you using? LDAP?
I think it's LDAP. I say I think because I didn't set up the server in
the first place, and therefore I' not completely sure. But I've checked
the databases of mysql server and haven't found anything related to
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