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Old 06-23-2016, 05:52 PM   #1
StephyNet
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Hello ! I met a problem with LAM. I installed and configured on centos 7 openldap and I subsequently installed and configured LAM. I normally connected to LAM; and I get to create organizational units from the GUI of LAM. When I want to create users, I am asked to first create groups; when I come back to create a group it gives me an error message: "Unable to create DN. cn = managers, ou = group, dc = mydomain, dc = com LDAP error, the server said: Invalid syntax -objectClass: value # 0 per invalid syntax "
I count on your help so that I may come out of there.
Thank you in advance !
 
Old 06-27-2016, 12:06 PM   #2
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Hello ! I met a problem with LAM. I installed and configured on centos 7 openldap and I subsequently installed and configured LAM. I normally connected to LAM; and I get to create organizational units from the GUI of LAM. When I want to create users, I am asked to first create groups; when I come back to create a group it gives me an error message: "Unable to create DN. cn = managers, ou = group, dc = mydomain, dc = com LDAP error, the server said: Invalid syntax -objectClass: value # 0 per invalid syntax "
I count on your help so that I may come out of there. Thank you in advance !
You first need to read the LQ Rules and Question Guidelines. You posted this same question twice in multiple forums...and in that other post, you not only hijacked someone elses question, but you re-opened a thread that was closed for NINE YEARS to do so. None of those are good things.

You don't say whether you installed from package or from source...which is it? And did you configure it after you got it installed??? There are steps you need to take that are spelled out in chapter 3 of the documentation.
 
Old 06-28-2016, 10:40 AM   #3
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You first need to read the LQ Rules and Question Guidelines. You posted this same question twice in multiple forums...and in that other post, you not only hijacked someone elses question, but you re-opened a thread that was closed for NINE YEARS to do so. None of those are good things.

You don't say whether you installed from package or from source...which is it? And did you configure it after you got it installed??? There are steps you need to take that are spelled out in chapter 3 of the documentation.
Thanks for your reply TBOne. I downloaded a zip file from sourceforge, I didn't install. I just unzipped the lam package in /var/www/html/lam. But first off all I'v already configured openldap and it's working well. Then when I enter http://localhost/lam in the browser, I can have access to the login interface. I tried to configure using the lam interface, I went through the config using this tuto https://www.ldap-account-manager.org...nual/ch03.html
Thanks !
 
Old 06-28-2016, 12:09 PM   #4
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Thanks for your reply TBOne. I downloaded a zip file from sourceforge, I didn't install. I just unzipped the lam package in /var/www/html/lam.
It should be ABUNDANTLY OBVIOUS, but unless you actually CONFIGURE and INSTALL software, you can't use it.
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But first off all I'v already configured openldap and it's working well. Then when I enter http://localhost/lam in the browser, I can have access to the login interface. I tried to configure using the lam interface, I went through the config using this tuto https://www.ldap-account-manager.org...nual/ch03.html
See the LQ Rules about text-speak. OpenLDAP is only ONE PIECE of things....you have obviously not installed/configured LAM correctly. Since you say nothing about the steps you took, or give us anything to work with, there isn't anything we can tell you past "go configure it correctly".
 
  


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