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    Default Where is LDAP server

    During installation of tumbleweed, I selected to install LDAP server. But when finished, I cannot find that server in Yast

    Thanks.

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    Do you have the package yast2-ldap-server installed?
    Henk van Velden

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    Quote Originally Posted by sincos2007 View Post
    I selected to install LDAP server.
    You selected package? Then, which name exactly? Or you selected pattern? Again, which name exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Do you have the package yast2-ldap-server installed?
    The package is not installed, I search its name in software management but get empty result

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    Quote Originally Posted by arvidjaar View Post
    You selected package? Then, which name exactly? Or you selected pattern? Again, which name exactly?
    In final page of OpenSUSE installation, I checked on at ldap server item.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sincos2007 View Post
    The package [yast2-ldap-server] is not installed, I search its name in software management but get empty result
    It is no more developed. Part of functionality is in yast2-auth-server.

    Quote Originally Posted by sincos2007 View Post
    In final page of OpenSUSE installation, I checked on at ldap server item.
    I have no idea what page you consider "final". In the "Installation Settings" screen just before actual installation starts (after pressing Install) there is no string "LDAP" or "ldap". Anyway, it appears that currently nothing really pulls in yast2-auth-server, even LDAP pattern. Could be topic for bug report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sincos2007 View Post
    The package is not installed, I search its name in software management but get empty result
    Ok, sorry. This is on an openSUSE 13.2 system. I started a Leap 42.3. It indeed hasn't the package yast2-ldap-server, but it has yast2-lpdap.

    How difficult is it to search for ldap and see what is all there related to ldap?

    Do you have that installed or not? BTW in my 42.3 it seems to be installed by default, because I do not use ldap and thus would not have installed extra packages for it
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Where is LDAP server

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    I started a Leap 42.3
    This thread is about Tumbleweed.
    it has yast2-lpdap.
    No, it does not, unless you mean yast2-ldap.

    How difficult is it to search for ldap and see what is all there related to ldap?
    What makes you believe this package has anything to do with setting up LDAP server?

    BTW in my 42.3 it seems to be installed by default, because I do not use ldap and thus would not have installed extra packages for it
    This package includes helpers to access LDAP and in any case it is required by yast2_basis pattern so no wonder it is present on any non-trivial installation.

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    I only tried to find out if the OP has indeed every package that has connections with LDAP installed. I was wrong assuming that LDAP is such an old and established thing that I thought there would not be much difference between 13.2 and TW. But I still assume that there is not much difference bwteen TW and 42.3 as far as this goes.
    Henk van Velden

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    Quote Originally Posted by arvidjaar View Post
    It is no more developed. Part of functionality is in yast2-auth-server.


    I have no idea what page you consider "final". In the "Installation Settings" screen just before actual installation starts (after pressing Install) there is no string "LDAP" or "ldap". Anyway, it appears that currently nothing really pulls in yast2-auth-server, even LDAP pattern. Could be topic for bug report.
    I got create new directory server in Yast after I installed the package yast2-auth-server. But I am really not sure how to fill in the last two fields in security options after I click create new directory server.

    Thanks.

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