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Old 15th February 2006, 12:05 PM
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open ldap server down, client system root user not abel to login

dear all,

Im using openldap server and some client are suse and some are redhat.

if the openldap server down means if not abel to login in client system using my local root user

how to do this and any body tell me how to do offline authentication

Thabka and regards
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Old 16th February 2006, 07:31 AM
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When you do manage to login again, run system-config-authentication and be sure the local auth is sufficient box is checked.
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Old 16th February 2006, 11:03 AM
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Dear all,

Im using open ldap server for authentaction,our clients are (suse 10
and fedora 3,) and conneting to ladp server.

In the cient when there is no network connection or ldap server down
im not abel to login as any local user.

in my nsswitch.conf
passwd : files ldap
group : files ldap

how to do login as local root user in the client when case of server
down or no network connection

could any body please help me how to do this.

Is it possible offline login from client.

Thakns and regards
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