On Sat, 18 Jun 2011 22:13 -0700, "Hai Tao" <taoh666(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
Yes, I tried to add a host attribute, but I got object class violation
error. Any idea?
Did you ever resolve this? You don't mention which OS you are using,
but in standard RH5 you can do try this.
1. Install nss_ldap
2. copy /usr/share/doc/nss_ldap-253/ldapns.schema
This will provide the hostObject objectClass
3. In slapd.conf
4. In a users ldap record add
5. In the users ldap record add
6. Modify the hosts ldap.conf file:
Doing this from memory, but I think that should be enough to get what
you want to work on a RH5 system. RH6 uses some different files on the
host. BTW, you can also use the account objectClass to provide the host
attribute, but my guess is that it will most likely conflict with
another structural object class.