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Hi all. I'm trying to use ldap for authenticating users on my debian 'testing' box. Authentication works and users can log in. But instead of their username, there is 'I have non name!'. Their UID are found and their groups id too (not names ...). 'getent passwd' returns all the users, with their correct names and id that are in the ldap directory. Also, I can use finger to lookup a specifc username. Does anybody have anidea of what could be wrong ? Thanks in advance for any help. Mike...

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    Default PAm + ldap : I have no name

    Hi all.

    I'm trying to use ldap for authenticating users on my debian 'testing'
    box.
    Authentication works and users can log in.
    But instead of their username, there is 'I have non name!'.
    Their UID are found and their groups id too (not names ...).

    'getent passwd' returns all the users, with their correct names and id
    that are in the ldap directory.
    Also, I can use finger to lookup a specifc username.

    Does anybody have anidea of what could be wrong ?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Mike
    Mike Baroukh Guest

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    Default Re: PAm + ldap : I have no name

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Baroukh View Post
    Hi all.

    I'm trying to use ldap for authenticating users on my debian 'testing'
    box.
    Authentication works and users can log in.
    But instead of their username, there is 'I have non name!'.
    Their UID are found and their groups id too (not names ...).

    'getent passwd' returns all the users, with their correct names and id
    that are in the ldap directory.
    Also, I can use finger to lookup a specifc username.

    Does anybody have anidea of what could be wrong ?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Mike
    I have the same problem. Any ideas?
    Unregistered Guest

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    Default Re: PAm + ldap : I have no name

    Hi there,

    it's a permission problem. Either user or others doesn't have permission to read LDAP files. If you change to 644, probably it's works. Well... at least works for me. :P

    Fabio
    Unregistered Guest

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