[CentOS-docs] New HOWTO Proposal: How to Configure Centralized Authentication on CentOS 6.0

Adrian Hall photoadrian at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 16:36:38 EDT 2011

I'm totally with you on the SSL/TLS.  I've been swearing at that particular
element for over two weeks now.  Since there is no slapd.conf any more, the
method of introducing a certificate is not logical, nor documented.

I haven't looked into sssd.  Since it isn't installed by default on CentOS,
why would that be a requirement?  (not saying it isn't a good thing, but I'd
probably defer that to another document as with the other elements you

Adrian Hall (Personal Account)
photoadrian at gmail.com

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 2:27 PM, Paul Heinlein <heinlein at madboa.com> wrote:

> On Tue, 13 Sep 2011, Adrian Hall wrote:
> > http://wiki.centos.org/AdrianHall/CentralizedLDAPAuth
> > I would suggest it goes into the HOWTO section.
> Things I'd recommend adding to the discussion before official
> publication of the page:
> * sssd and ldap
> Of slightly less immediate importance, but worthy of inclusion further
> down the road:
> * master-slave ldap setup and failover on the clients
> * ldap and samba for windows auth
> * pointers to using ldap auth for, e.g., apache, jabber, sendmail, ...
> * central user accounts and NFSv4
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