[sudo-workers] LDAP issue

Newman, Edward (GTI) edward_newman at ml.com
Tue Jan 22 14:49:37 EST 2008

Been trying out 1.7b1 and had issue with LDAP. Appears that
/etc/ldap.conf is default to "'/etc/ldap.conf'" (note double quotes
around single quotes). This causes ldap.conf to be not found. Please
remove single quotes from pathnames.h. 

One additional comment - I find the LDAP display confusing compared to
file display. Is there anyway to show consolidated rights from file and
ldap in one view rather than two separate sections and align formatting?
This might require some significant changes based on current code paths.

However I do now have this working against Active Directory /
Application Mode and will start testing further. Any timeline for 1.7?


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