"Gaël Lams" <lamsgael(a)gmail.com> wrote on 08/27/2007 08:31:25 AM:
On 8/23/07, Dale Schuster
> I am using mod_auth_ldap on Apache 2.0.54 and SuSE 10.1. I have
> configured to authenticate to an LDAP source
running on IBM Lotus
> directory. Authentication works fine. If I
configure the <Location>
valid-user things work fine. But, when I "require group
cn=groupname" things fall apart.
Could you paste the relevant lines from your apache's configuration?
AuthName "Test Directory"
#Require group CN=SNC
The agent from IBM told me that they cannot use uid for authentication,
but it was working. I did change to cn instead, but things are identical
either way. With the config as-is above, the site works. But, if I
change the valid-user to group, it breaks.
> I don't get any messags in the apache
> logs telling me there was an authentication failure or anything, just
> a joint effort between me and the Notes administration team here at
> so I have very limited access to any Domino logs.
However, we did get
we were told that Domino Dirctory Services is setup
I set-up apache's authentication to a Domino server using LDAP a 2/3
years ago and pretty much all the steps to be followed where on the
It's really strange that there is nothing on apache's error log.
Yes, That is what I thought also. When viewing the website, the
authentication box just keeps popping up over and over. If I type the
password in wrong, that error is noted in the error_log, and if I type an
invalid username, that info is also logged. However, when I type the
correct username and password, NOTHING is logged. This is understandable,
because the authentication success wouldn't be logged as an error. I'm
sure it's the authorization phase that is failing, but the troublesome
part is no errors are reported for that phase. The page isn't served, so
the access_log shows as a 401 - access denied.
P.S. I didn't notice this response until you responded to my re-post. I'm
sorry for re-posting, but I use Lotus Notes for e-mail and it is very
difficult to keep track of these threads on such a high-volume list. I
haven't been able to figure out how to get Notes to view the [opensuse]
messages in a threaded view.
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