I've Debian 7.11 as client of my LDAP. This morning after an update I 've got the surprise my debian doesn't want to connect to my LDAP anymore. It's seems the nslcd took the hand on nscd.
Anyway is it possible to restore back the old nss system ?
For taking front of the problem I tried to configuring my nslcd.conf like this :
uid nslcd gid nslcd uri ldap://server.acme.com base dc=acme,dc=org binddn cn=proxyuser,ou=pam,dc=acme,dc=org bindpw clearpasswd base passwd ou=People,dc=acme,dc=org base shadow ou=People,dc=acme,dc=org base group ou=Group,dc=acme,dc=org pam_authz_search (&(objectClass=posixAccount)(uid=$username))
I've got the user and group checked with the command
gentent passwd but not the shadow as the su user doesn't work :
su - user1 No passwd entry for user 'user1'
I'm thinking the nsswitch.conf is configured well :
passwd: files ldap group: files ldap shadow: files ldap