Pluggable Authentication Module allowing LDAP interfaces
This module let's you use you LDAP server to authenticate users with
programs that utilize PAM. If used along with libnss-ldap, you can
replace your entire flat file (/etc/*) structure or NIS with LDAP.
libpam-ldap for Debian
- Be very careful when you use "sufficient pam_ldap.so" in Debian's
/etc/pam.d/common-* files: Some services can place other "required"
PAM-modules after the includes, which will be ignored if pam_ldap.so
succeeds. As a workaround, use something like the following construct:
# Check local authentication first, so root can still login
This is yet another pam_ldap module.
The advantages of this particular version are:
o Support for changing passwords in LDAP, optionally
with NDS or Active Directory servers
o Support for the V3 client API and protocol (to minimize
o Support for Netscape's SSL API and proprietary extensions
o Compatibility with the nss_ldap configuration file format
pam_ldap - LDAP pluggable authentication module
The pam_ldap module is a Pluggable Authentication Module
(PAM) which provides for authentication, authorization and
password changing against LDAP servers.
Features of the PADL pam_ldap module include support for
libpam-ldap (180-1.7) unstable; urgency=high
* Non-maintainer upload.
* High-urgency upload for
$Id: ChangeLog,v 1.204 2005/08/17 22:35:03 lukeh Exp $
pam_ldap was written by Luke Howard <email@example.com>.
Special thanks go to people who have voluntee
This package was debianized by Davide Puricelli (evo) <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Tue, 22 Aug 2000 17:28:18
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