I changed LDAP_SEARCH_FIELD to uid and now do not get the
(nosuchuser) tag in the debug message:
DEBUG: ALLOW_ANON_EDIT = false, ALLOW_BOGO_LOGIN = false,
ALLOW_USER_PASSWORDS = true, ENABLE_PAGEPERM = true, USER_AUTH_ORDER:
=> LDAP => Forbidden, USER_AUTH_POLICY: first-only,
Still a little confounded. Been trying to get slapd to push out its
debug messages on the LDAP server, in case it's my end. Again, any
ideas would be helpful. I'm slowly making (some) progress (I think).
On Apr 19, 2007, at 1:00 PM, Leef wrote:
> Hi Folks, I've been looking and trying several different Wikis to
> use in
> conjunction with. I finally settled on phpWiki a week ago - so I'm
> much a noob at phpwiki.
> I am trying to get it to authenticate against our LDAP server. (an
> Tiger server (10.4.8) running Open Directory)
> It would seem that have successfully been able to bind to the LDAP
> however I am now getting new debug messages above. I've read
> through the
> talks in the forum online and they've been very helpful getting me
> this far
> but now I'm lost.
> DEBUG: ALLOW_ANON_EDIT = false, ALLOW_BOGO_LOGIN = false,
> ALLOW_USER_PASSWORDS = true, ENABLE_PAGEPERM = true,
> USER_AUTH_ORDER: =>
> LDAP (nosuchuser) => Forbidden, USER_AUTH_POLICY: first-only,
> PASSWORD_LENGTH_MINIMUM: 0
> Any thoughts or ideas? Perhaps I have overlooked something small?
> Thank you in advance.
> USER_AUTH_ORDER = LDAP
> USER_AUTH_POLICY = first-only
> ;ENABLE_USER_NEW = false
> ;ENABLE_PAGEPERM = false
> LDAP_AUTH_HOST = "ldap://10.10.1.10"
> LDAP_BASE_DN = "cn=users,dc=Name,dc=local"
> LDAP_SET_OPTION = "LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION=3:LDAP_OPT_REFERRALS=0"
> LDAP_AUTH_USER = "uid=root,cn=users,dc=Name,dc=local"
> LDAP_AUTH_PASSWORD = somePassHere
> LDAP_SEARCH_FIELD = memberUID
> ;LDAP_OU_USERS = ou=Users
> ;LDAP_OU_GROUP = ou=Groups
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