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[Bug 711258] Setting LDAP on command line with yast2 doesn't work

Jiří­ Suchomel <jsuchome@xxxxxxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #19 from Jiří­ Suchomel <jsuchome@xxxxxxxxxx> 2011-08-15 06:45:20
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(In reply to comment #18)
Ok, after the update the "sssd" option exists, but unfortunately

yast2 ldap pam enable server="" base="dn=nodomain sssd=no

doesn't change anything:

"pam-config -q --sss" : newline
"pam-config -q --ldap":

This is actually correct output (ldap set, sss not). Are you sure you've
described it correctly?

1. yast2 ldap
2. "SSSD Offline Authentication" is activated and cannot be disabled
3. Now I choose "[Advanced Configuration...]"
4. "Use System Security Services Daemon (SSSD)" is deactivated (ldap2.png)
5. I press F10 to leave/save
6. LDAP main screen unchanged (ldap3.png)
7. I press F10 to leave/save

Hm, maybe it did not detect the changes... (that would be a bug).
Please try to first switch LDAP authentication off (yast2 ldap pam disable),
and than start it again with sssd=no.

Also, attach y2logs, /etc/nsswitch.conf and /etc/ldap.conf

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