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Re: [suse-autoinstall] LDAP error during autoyast
  • From: Ian Marlier <ian.marlier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 13:01:02 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <BFA097BA.C878%ian.marlier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

On 11/15/05 5:54 PM, "Nick Tzaperas" <njt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Marlier, Ian wrote:
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Nick Tzaperas [mailto:njt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>>> Quick FYI, I tried commenting out the whole ldap section like I said in
>>> a previous e-mail and it didn't work either. Same dialog box and log
>>> entries. Is there anything else I can try?
>> If you're not using LDAP at all, you need to take out every reference to LDAP
>> everywhere, throughout the control file, if you don't want that popup. Make
>> sure that the <ldap> section is gone, along with pam_ldap and nss_ldap from
>> the packages section.
> OK, I removed the <ldap> section from the top of the file and the only
> other ldap package was python-ldap. I removed that, yet these packages
> still get installed:
> ldapcpplib-0.0.3-21.3
> openldap2-client-32bit-9-200411291942
> openldap2-client-2.2.6-37.26
> yast2-ldap-2.9.15-1.3
> yast2-ldap-server-2.9.14-0.2
> yast2-ldap-client-2.9.27-0.2
> pam_ldap and nss_ldap do not get installed, though. Do I need to prevent
> any of these packages from getting installed too? Or is it just pam_ldap
> and nss_ldap that cause the popup?

Did it work?

My experience was that with pam_ldap and nss_ldap in the package selection
list, even without an <ldap> section, the popup occurred. I don't
explicitly install any other ldap packages, but any others in the <minimal>
selection group _are_ still installed, and that almost certainly includes
the yast2 packages (and possibly the others as well).

So, basically: my guess would be, without the <ldap> section, and given that
none of the ???_ldap packages are being installed, you should be fine.

As always, YMMV :-)

- Ian

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