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  1. #1

    Default LDAP CLIENT


    I have freshly installed leap15 unable to configure as ldap client.

    I'm using the Yast tool to configure, and it end with a pop up message "Failed to install software packages required for LDAP".

    Seem like the pam_ldap package is not available for leap15.

    Anyway to solve this?

    Thank you.

  2. #2
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    Default Re: LDAP CLIENT

    Which package exactly is believed missing?
    (The displayed error, possibly also in your system journal)

    There is a generic pam ldap package built in a User's home repo...

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    Belleville, Ontario, Canada

    Default Re: LDAP CLIENT

    Just chiming in because I checked it out as well yesterday. There are only versions for Tumbleweed and 42.3. There aren't any non-"Experimental" (unstable) for 15.
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  4. #4

    Default Re: LDAP CLIENT

    Hi Guys,

    I have get this fixed.

    To configure LEAP15 for OpenLDAP client, it should be configure with User Logon Management.

    Previously I was try to configure it with LDAP and Kerberos Client, which showed me the error message, "Failed to install software packages required for LDAP".

    Thank you.

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