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On Tue, 13 Sep 2011, Adrian Hall wrote:
> I'm totally with you on the SSL/TLS. I've been swearing at thatHeh. To date, I've only setup CentOS 6 as an LDAP client. All my LDAP
> 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.
servers run CentOS 5.
Concerning sssd, CentOS 6 kickstart will install and activate it if
> 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 suggested)
you specify installation of the "Directory Client" package group.
Since that group looks like something that folks might want to install
on LDAP clients, I suspect it'll be more widely deployed than you
Paul Heinlein <> heinlein@xxxxxxxxxx <> http://www.madboa.com/
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