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Old 10-25-2005, 10:55 PM   #1
paul_mat
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pam + ldap client


hi there,

i've setup OpenLDAP and samba as a PDC. so i know OpenLDAP is working fine. now what i want to do is setup postfix to run with OpenLDAP and i'm trying to get the /etc/pam.d/pop pam module to authenticate against my openLDAP server. can someone tell me how to get my pam module to authenticate against LDAP?


some example files would be great!
 
  


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