LDAP su - username problem
- Subject: LDAP su - username problem
- From: kevin leblanc <kevinzebeste@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 20:24:56 +0200
Hi the list !
I have a problem on PAM configuration on RHEL 4 and 5.
Let me explain you the problem :
I have a ldap database and I configure PAM to make users able to log into RHEL hosts.
That works fine !
After I configure SUDO to deport sudoers into LDAP, that works fine too..
Now, I want ldap users able to run "sudo su - localUser" and to enter *only* his Ldap password.
to make it more clear, let's take a example :
toto : local user with PWD1
testLdapUser : ldap user with PWD 2
I want a user able to do this :
1. ssh testLdapUser@host => enter PWD2 (OK)
2. sudo su - toto => enter only PWD2 (KO user have to enter PWD1 then PWD2)
Is it possible to do this ?
If yes, how ?
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