LDAP (with TSL enabled) creates problem with ACL

Hello openSuSE group,

I want to create a small cluster used ARM based devices (odroid-x and RPI’s ).
I’m running opensuse 12.2 and configured LDAP using YAST2.
When I try to enable TSL/LDAPS/Use common Server certificate (needed for the LDAP client connection) I run into problems because I do get the following error:

setfacl -m u:ldap:r /etc/ssl/servercerts/serverkey.pem failed.
Do you have filesystem acl support disabled?

Looking at /etc/fstab

odroid-head:~ # cat /etc/fstab
devpts /dev/pts devpts mode=0620,gid=5 0 0
proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
odroid-head:~ #

doesn’t point me to a location where to enable acl

the system runs on a sincle SD card (/dev/mmcblk0)
in three partitiones.
All in all a standard installation:

odroid-head:~ # df
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs 3448772 3027068 246500 93% /
/dev/root 3448772 3027068 246500 93% /
devtmpfs 499924 36 499888 1% /dev
tmpfs 508200 0 508200 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 508200 2724 505476 1% /run
tmpfs 508200 0 508200 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
tmpfs 508200 0 508200 0% /media
tmpfs 508200 2724 505476 1% /var/lock
tmpfs 508200 2724 505476 1% /var/run
/dev/mmcblk0p2 52413 14483 37931 28% /odroid-boot
odroid-head:~ #

Could someone help me to find how to enable acl to enable LDAP

thank you very much

  1. openSUSE ARM is still in RC2 so I think you <might> get a better response in the Beta forum rather than here where most people use conventional OS.

  2. I wonder whether you’ve posted the entire output of /etc/fstab, before the individual partitions are listed, the disk(s) should be listed with the particular file format and disk level options. Without that, I doubt anyone can guess whether the file system installed supports the ACLs needed to supports the ACLs but not by default.

As such, I recommend this thread be moved to the Beta forum despite the fact <maybe> someone familiar with basic file systems and their options might be able to assist…

(If I were to guess based on my experimentation with openSUSE ARM in QEMU your filesystem is Ext3).


Ad 1) Thank you very much for the hint … can I move this thread to “beta” or does the admin has to move it … (because reposting is not nice habbit)
Ad 2) It is in fact the complete fstab file (this is why I did get confused).

Addon It is useing Ext4

Thank you very much !

Wait for a Forum Admin to notice…

Your fstab output is strange enough that I wouldn’t want to hazard a guess, hopefully somone from the ARM projects will notice.

Might also be a good idea to look up the members of the ARM team and PM one of them.

Good Luck, I myself may be posting for assistance about one of their ARM images as well


Closed and will be moved to the Beta forum.

Moved and open again.

Hi infra_lars,

Could you post next computer outputs between CODE tgs (using the # button in the toolbar of the post editor)?
It will improve the readability of the listings.