Re: LDAP user authentication
Maros Kollar wrote:[color=blue]
> I have recently switched a samba server (Debian Etch) to authenticate
> the users with a ldap directory. It works fine, however the system is
> also trying to authenticate the root user and other local users with the
> directory. When the ldap server is down, or if there is no root user in
> the ldap directory the authentication fails and I can't log in (ssh, su,
> I want the server to query the /etc/password file first, and then to
> fall back on the ldap server (and thus ignoring a root user from the
> directory). How do I achieve that?
> My config files:
> # /etc/nsswitch.conf
> passwd: compat ldap
> shadow: compat ldap
> group: compat ldap
"files ldap" not "compat ldap"