sudo groups in PAM LDAP
Ezsra_McDonald at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 19 11:43:26 EST 2004
Greetings and thanks for the information.
I tried to compile the source and I get the following. I am not a
programmer so I really don't know what this means.
I did set these variables since I had a bunch of other messages without
bash-2.03# CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/symas/include"; export CPPFLAGS
bash-2.03# LDFLAGS="-L/opt/symas/include"; export LDFLAGS
sudoers\" -D_PATH_SUDOERS_TMP=\"/etc/sudoers.tmp\" -DSUDOERS_UID=0
-DSUDOERS_GID=0 -DSUDOERS_MODE=0440 getprogname.c
gcc -o sudo check.o env.o getspwuid.o goodpath.o fileops.o find_path.o
interfaces.o logging.o parse.o set_perms.o sudo.o sudo_edit.o tgetpass.o
zero_bytes.o ldap.o sudo_auth.o pam.o sudo.tab.o lex.yy.o alloc.o
defaults.o err.o fnmatch.o closefrom.o snprintf.o getprogname.o
-L/opt/symas/include -lpam -ldl -lldap -lsocket -lnsl
Undefined first referenced
symbol in file
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to sudo
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [sudo] Error 1
On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 15:33, Aaron Spangler wrote:
> If you use Sudo 1.6.8 or higher, you can have it lookup sudo privileges
> through LDAP. (instead of or in addition to /etc/sudoers).
> You can group your users through UNIX groups or Netgroups. If you are using
> NSS_LDAP then your groups & netgroups can be stored in LDAP. (See RFC 2307)
> Currently this version of sudo can only be got from CVS. (See the sudo web
> page on how to download the code through CVS).
> Also when you configure sudo, do it like this
> ./configure --with-pam --with-ldap
> Make sure to view the 'README.LDAP' file and let me know if you have any
> - Aaron
> On Wednesday 18 February 2004 11:09 pm, Ezsra McDonald wrote:
> > I have gotten sudo compiled and it seems to work with
> > pam ldap.
> > BUT, I use groups to give different levels of access
> > to users. Does sudo use the ldap groups?
> > I can only get it to work with the local group file.
> > --Ezsra
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