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My interests are:

  • OpenLDAP
  • Kerberos
  • Virtualization (Xen and VirtualBox)

My distros are:

  • OpenSuSE
  • CentOS
  • Linux From Scratch
  • FreeBSD

Goals:

  • Learn more about my interests :P
  • Learn IPv6

I'm really rather hodge-podge. If I see something I like, I'll learn it.

I use DuckDuckGo, don't you?
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People I have a lot of respect for (in no particular order):

profile for HalosGhost at Unix & Linux Stack Exchange, Q&A for users of Linux, FreeBSD and other Un*x-like operating systems.

profile for slm at Unix & Linux Stack Exchange, Q&A for users of Linux, FreeBSD and other Un*x-like operating systems.

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profile for Gilles at Unix & Linux Stack Exchange, Q&A for users of Linux, FreeBSD and other Un*x-like operating systems.


Jan
25
comment SSH banner not showing
Any output in /var/log/messages or /var/log/secure (depending on your distro)?
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed Unable to su into an account: could not open session
Jan
22
answered authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Jan
22
comment authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Glad I could help. I might clean this up and write it as an actual answer and leave a space for you to add in sshd_config
Jan
20
comment authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
You need to edit /etc/pam.d/common-auth and /etc/pam.d/common-account
Jan
20
revised authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Added contents of /etc/ldap.conf that was tucked in a comment
Jan
20
comment authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
I've edited your original question to reflect this output.
Jan
20
suggested approved edit on authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Jan
19
answered installing kali linux on live usb
Jan
19
revised installing kali linux on live usb
Formatting and grammer issues
Jan
19
reviewed Reviewed installing kali linux on live usb
Jan
19
comment installing kali linux on live usb
When you are using dd what exactly are you passing? Also, on linux, what is the output of fdisk -l /dev/sdc?
Jan
19
suggested approved edit on installing kali linux on live usb
Jan
19
revised authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Removed uncessary details
Jan
19
suggested approved edit on authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
Jan
19
comment authenicate OpenSUSE 10.2 client to CentOS 6.6 LDAP server
My goodness is that old (not to mention a huge security risk). Can you post the output of /etc/ldap.conf for the SuSE Box? I'm going to take a guess that something isn't right in pam_password.
Jan
19
comment start process (as root) upon user login
Then shouldn't this be the user's own process?
Jan
19
comment Existing LDAP object not showing in ldapsearch
What sort of replication are you using? A solution that would work, but isn't recommended, is to stop openldap on SERVER-2, purge the ldap directory on SERVER-2, slapcat > data.ldif on SERVER-1, slapadd -l data.ldif on SERVER-2, and then start up openldap on SERVER-2.
Jan
16
comment Existing LDAP object not showing in ldapsearch
Since you're using openldap (as mentioned by the tags), does the missing entry show up on SERVER-2 when using slapcat(8)?
Jan
16
comment NIS and /etc/passwd
@BowPark For the clients, you only need the following: 1) edit /etc/yp.conf 2) edit /etc/nssswitch.conf 3) start ypbind. At least that is what my notes say from 2011.