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pam_ldap

pam_ldap is a pam/ldap module that supports password changes, V2 clients, Netscapes SSL, ypldapd, Netscape Directory Server password policies, access authorization, crypted hashes, etc.

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Recent releases

  •  17 May 2007 06:43

    Release Notes: The module will now try to reconnect to the server once if libldap returns LDAP_SERVER_DOWN in _connect_as_user() or _connect_anon().

    •  28 Sep 2004 06:49

      Release Notes: This release includes support for SASL interactive authentication (such as DIGEST-MD5) and AIX 5.2.

      •  04 Mar 2004 02:25

        Release Notes: New features include service-based authorization, multiple service search descriptors, the ability to prohibit users from changing their passwords, support for OS X and HP-UX, and the ability to change an RACF password. Various other bugfixes have been made.

        •  07 May 2002 06:11

          Release Notes: This version corrects a local format string vulnerability, as well as incorporating build-related fixes for Darwin and Solaris. Error propagation on failed password changing has been improved.

          •  14 Apr 2002 14:27

            Release Notes: This release features various bugfixes, support for template users, better stacking with other PAM modules, support for the current OpenLDAP client library, support for being built with the Sun C compiler, and an escape search filter to avoid user-specified wildcards.

            Recent comments

            01 Feb 2001 18:26 jmlittle

            Re: Stale RPM's

            > Software as important as this deserves
            > to be updated more often. It seems I
            > have to hunt around to find recent
            > version of everything LDAP related, and
            > RPM's take forever to get produced.


            Open-IT maintains various RPMS for ldap. Check the site (http://open-it.org) out.

            25 Aug 1999 07:49 whitemice

            Stale RPM's
            Software as important as this deserves to be updated more often. It seems I have to hunt around to find recent version of everything LDAP related, and RPM's take forever to get produced.

            14 Jul 1999 16:40 whitemice

            IT WORKS!!!
            OS level security integration with LDAP on Linux, what could be better. Even password changing works. LDAP should be integrated into every distribution of Linux so we can leap frog our competition. Soon my Samba PDC (backended by LDAP) will be controlling the NT domain, resulting in one integrated security domain. YES!

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