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How to configure Linux to authenticate users based on Keycloak user database?

I have an existing user database in Keycloak. I want to build a Linux machine which logs in users according to the user database in Keycloak (username, password). How can I accomplish this?
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login not working from new tty but with su <username> works

I'm installing LDAP auth on CentOs7 (command-line way). I'm facing a strange behaviour: [root@client]# su ldapuser01 (run as root) works and let me connect as ldap user (without prompting for a ...
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How to create a single Authentication point with multiple LDAP servers?

I'm currently into a process of creating a central service system from where users can connect to VMs. My goal with this is to have a single point of authentication for all possible users. The issue ...
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PAM vs LDAP vs SSSD vs Kerberos

I am basically aware of what these services do separate from each other. What I want to know: what exactly happens on a successful login in a linux based network that uses all of these services? In ...
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/etc/pam.d configuration

This is an example of the /etc/pam.d/sshd configuration file on a FreeBSD 11.0 freshly-installed system: # # $FreeBSD: releng/11.0/etc/pam.d/sshd 197769 2009-10-05 09:28:54Z des $ # # PAM ...
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How do I view multiple users groups using sssd?

SETUP OS = RHEL 6.4 Workstation System is part of an LDAP domain and was originally configured to authenticate using nscd. All recommended SSSD packages have been installed. [root@sssd_system]#...
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Locally deny login to users authenticated via LDAP

I have a RedHat Linux server that are is use for more than 1000 users Users names are coming to the server via LDAP protocol, so login authentication is from the LDAP My question: is it possible to ...
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Using LDAP for authentication, how can I safely disable/deactivate an account without deleting it?

We use LDAP for authentication for thousands of users. The primary tactic we have been employing to make a user unable to login, without removing their account, is to change the LDAP attribute "...
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Where does Samba 4 store user passwords?

Where does Samba 4 store user passwords? How can I import my password hashes from Samba 3 in Samba 4? I am using my own LDAP server with samba 3, and the password hash is stored within the ...
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Multiple PCs network centralized system authentication

(I couldn't really choose an accurate title as I don't know exactly what the feature I'm looking for is called. Sorry about that. I hope that the following lines may clear this aspect.) I own a dozen ...