Roland Gruber | 7 Dec 19:35 2009
Picon

LDAP Account Manager 2.9.0.RC1 released


LDAP Account Manager (LAM) 2.9.0.RC1 - December 7th, 2009
=========================================================

LAM is a web frontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory.

Announcement:
-------------

LAM now supports managing Asterisk accounts and extensions. All
documentation was moved to the new LAM manual. LAM Pro supports
nisObject entries and custom scripts for the self service. This release
also fixes some bugs.

This is a test release. Please do not install it in your production
environment. Please report any bugs until 2009-12-11.

Full changelog:

http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/changelog

Features:
---------

* management of various account types
 * Unix
 * Samba 3
 * Kolab 2
 * Asterisk
 * phpGroupwWare
(Continue reading)

Il Neofita | 9 Dec 18:21 2009
Picon

Wrong Password

Hi
I create an user in unix called test00
the in my lam config I modify the following line
Admins: cn=Manager,dc=local,dc=cc;cn=test00,dc=local,dc=cc
Entering with Manager
I added the user test00 in openldap I set the same password in openldap and in unix
however, I cannot login with test00

What am I doing wrong?

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
_______________________________________________
Lam-public mailing list
Lam-public@...
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/lam-public
Il Neofita | 9 Dec 20:48 2009
Picon

Error on Lamdaemon test

amdaemon server and path   	   	Using 127.0.0.1 as lamdaemon remote server.
Unix account   		Using test00 to connect to remote server.
SSH2 module   		SSH2 module is installed.
SSH connection   		SSH connection could be established.
and after

Invalid/Missing Message type
Invalid/Missing Message type
Invalid/Missing Message type
....

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
Andrew Niemantsverdriet | 9 Dec 21:00 2009

Limiting Access to Hosts

I am trying to limit who has what access to my Linux servers using
LDAP and LAM. It looks like pam_check_host_attr does what I am wanting
but I am wondering how to use LAM to put in host entries for my users.
Is this the best way to limit access, or is the a better way that
incorporates better with LAM? My goal is to control what users have
access to things like ssh and ftp with LDAP.
--

-- 
 _
/-\ ndrew Niemantsverdriet
Academic Computing
(406) 238-7360
Rocky Mountain College
1511 Poly Dr.
Billings MT, 59102

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
Johan Karel Maria Dams | 9 Dec 22:10 2009
Picon
Picon

Quota on groups with spaces

Hi all.

First post to this mailing list. I've been using LAM since recently - very 
nice piece of software!

I found out today that setting quota on groups with spaces in their name, 
such as would be the case if running a LDAP/SAMBA combination as PDC in a 
Windows environment, is not possible. For example, it works fine for group 
names such as "Administrators" but fails for "Domain Users".

I've tracked down the problem to lamdaemon.pl, specifically at

 <at> vals = split (' ', $input);

Where the group name would be split as individual arguments.

I've made a quick workaround which just checks if the third 
element in vals is 'quota' (instead of the normal second element), which 
would mean a split has occured in a group name with a space:

#Deal with spaces in group names
if( ($vals[2] eq 'quota') ){

     #Glue the two parts of the groupname together again
     $vals[0] = $vals[0]." ".$vals[1];

     #Move everything one position back
     for($count = 1; $count <  <at> vals-1; $count++){
       $vals[$count] = $vals[$count+1];
     }
}

Don't know if this is 100% correct and according to coding guidelines but 
it seems to work, and if anyone else is running into this problem I hope 
this will help them fix it.

Best regards,
Johan

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
HPS | 10 Dec 14:32 2009
Picon

LAM Module


Hello ,

I'm a LAN newbie and i need your help in order to be able when creating an
user account to define by default some attributes like vacation,
amaviswhitelistsender, amavisblacklistsender, homedirectory, etc.

I think that is needed to alter the schema to include the object class
vacation. How ?
Where shoul i include the default values so that when i press SAVE the new
account assume them ?

Thank you.
--

-- 
View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/LAM-Module-tp26724683p26724683.html
Sent from the lam-public mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
Krasimir Ganchev | 10 Dec 16:38 2009
Picon

Re: Blank page when trying to create new user

I am experiencing exactly the same problem. Have been using lam for the past 5 years, this particular
problem occurred after upgrading from 2.7.0-1 to 2.8.0-1 in a debian testing distro package of the
ldap-account-manager. I am using PHP 5.2.11-1. Memory limits, permissions and everything else are all
set correct and appropriate. No errors in the log files. Just for the record here is my web server version
(Server Version: Apache/2.2.14 (Debian) PHP/5.2.11-1 with Suhosin-Patch mod_python/3.3.1
Python/2.5.4 mod_ruby/1.2.6 Ruby/1.8.7(2009-06-12) mod_ssl/2.2.14 OpenSSL/0.9.8k mod_wsgi/2.6
mod_perl/2.0.4 Perl/v5.10.1 mod_antiloris/0.4)

"New User", "New Group" as well as creating new profiles result to blank pages. In my setup only New Host
works fine.

I am still investigating the problem. 

If someone has new information or any suggestions please share.

Best Regards,
Krasimir Ganchev

Kris Vassallo wrote:

> Hey everyone,
>
> when I login to lam and then click the "New User" button, the bottom
> pane of the page goes to some sort of redirect page which then
> redirects and is blank. This leaves me with a top pane that has the
> "Tree view Users Groups" etc buttons on it, but only white space
> in the bottom pane. The browser is done loading the page, its not
> hanging. There are no errors in the syslog. The redirected URL that
> yields a blank page is:
> http://venus/lam/templates/account/edit.php?type=user&suffix=ou=people,dc=xxxxxx,dc=com I
tried browsing to that url and indeed the page is blank. Assuming that the DN is supposed to be in the url like
that, the DN is correct.
>
> Does anyone know what could be going on here?
>
> Thanks,
> -Kris
>
>
>

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
Il Neofita | 10 Dec 20:23 2009
Picon

lamdaemon

I cannot create the home directory
I receive
Home directory path is empty.
Lam version 2.9rc1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Return on Information:
Google Enterprise Search pays you back
Get the facts.
http://p.sf.net/sfu/google-dev2dev
Roland Gruber | 12 Dec 17:09 2009
Picon

Re: Wrong Password


Hi,

Il Neofita schrieb:
> I create an user in unix called test00
> the in my lam config I modify the following line
> Admins: cn=Manager,dc=local,dc=cc;cn=test00,dc=local,dc=cc
> Entering with Manager
> I added the user test00 in openldap I set the same password in openldap and
> in unix
> however, I cannot login with test00

what error message do you get?

--

Best regards

Roland Gruber

LDAP Account Manager
http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/

Want more? Get LDAP Account Manager Pro!
http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/lamcms/lamPro
Roland Gruber | 12 Dec 17:12 2009
Picon

Re: lamdaemon


Hi,

Il Neofita schrieb:
> I cannot create the home directory
> I receive
> Home directory path is empty.
> Lam version 2.9rc1

if "foo" is the name of your user account. What is the result of "getent
passwd foo"?

--

Best regards

Roland Gruber

LDAP Account Manager
http://www.ldap-account-manager.org/

Gmane