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Old 06-10-2006, 02:13 PM   #1
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I'm using SuSE 10.0 and i've decided to install oidentd on my server.
So I went to their website and downloaded Oidentd 2.0.8 and then i followed the install file, first i wrote ./configurate, every thing ran smooth, then i wrote make, everything ran smooth, then i wrote make install, everything ran smooth.
No errors and it seemed that the installation was in order.
So of course i need to find the oidentd configuration file, oidentd.conf.
At last i created my own from their docs.
But now i've got a few errors. When i'm trying to restart oidentd I get:
[line 1] This construct is valid only for user configuration files
Error reading configuration file

Do you know how I would fix that?
And i've been trying for several hours, googling and trying diffrent solutions.
Please help me.


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