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After much research and testing. Here is the answer to allowing users to use passwd function to change their password when they are using SSSD with ldap backend. If they can indeed authenticate with their password via ssh to the SSSD client, then the problem of changing their password which produces the following: "passwd: Authentication token manipulation ...
In a LAN with 1 or more servers, and a bunch of workstation, you can log on to any of them provided you have been granted access, that comes from LDAP. It provides 1 place to manage users - not running around and create the same user on all the various boxes, thereby ensuring a uniform spelling of Names - and securing that all the needed groups the user ...
Are you able to login switching to a textual tty? If yes, do you recive warnings about a missing home? In this case check the permissions on /home/<your username>. Otherwise uri ldap://dcad1.ad.school.fr try editing as follow : uri ldap://dcad1.ad.school.fr/. Note the trailing slash
I uninstalled libpam-ldap sudo apt-get purge libpam-ldap Then sudo apt-get install libpam-ldapd The memory error went away. Now I get a pam_ldap(dovecot:auth): error reading from nslcd: Connection reset by peer but thats obviously dovecot related and a separate issue.
After i google this past week, lucky i found this site http://edoceo.com/howto/samba4 Happens to be i need to edit my dnsmasq (/etc/dnsmasq.conf) add this line : srv-host=_kerberos._tcp.test.sg,4ecapsvsg6.test.sg,88 srv-host=_kerberos._tcp.dc._msdcs.test.sg,4ecapsvsg6.test.sg,88 srv-host=_kerberos._udp.test.sg,4ecapsvsg6.test.sg,88 ...
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