[sudo-users] sudo & LDAP

Makarand Dongare mmdongare at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 07:06:05 EDT 2009

You need to compile sudo with ldap. Once you do that secondary group s
will also work properly.
Read documentation for compiling sudo with ldap options details.

Makarand Dongare

On 6/15/09, th.schreiber at ndr.de <th.schreiber at ndr.de> wrote:
> Hi there!
> I've a Linux SuSE Server with sudo (how not) an I have an LDAP Server. If
> I configure my Users with primary group "wheel" and set this as an group
> without password (NOPASSWD) it works.
> But if I set the user to another group and the secondary (member) to wheel
> it works not; tell my why.
> example:
> got it with "id" on server:
> works:
> uid=2000 (testuser) gid=10 Group= .... some other groups
> works not:
> uid=2000 (testuser) gid=1007 Group=10(wheel), .... other groups
> Sudo is not in the LDAP Server as an "ou", we like to use in that case
> sudo traditional.
> sudo is: 1.6.8p12-18.14
> OS: SuSE SLES 10 Patch2
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