Using LDAP authentication in Apache, but not getting a password prompt
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 20, 2012
I've set up a site on an Ubuntu Apache web server, intended to require LDAP authentication for access. I've done this by basically copying the relevant config from an existing RedHat server, where I set up a site recently.
LDAP authentication works fine for the site on the RedHat server, but the site on the Ubuntu server refuses to prompt for a password. It just allows access without authentication.
Port Forwarding working for Apache but not SSH
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 5, 2013
Inside my internal network, i have Apache and SSH running ( in virtual machine ).
I have configured my router to port forward.
When i try for port 80 of Apache, it seems working fine from external network , but when i change it to 22 ( SSH ) and try to connect via SSH [ through router's public IP ] , it won't work.
Am i doing something wrong ?
Help! ssh to home desktop is listening but not accepting password
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 31, 2004
I have RedHat on a desktop machine at home and FC2 on my laptop. I'm currently out of town but need to work remotely on my desktop, so I configured ssh before I left -- I think all I did was tell my router to send port 22 to my desktop and run "service sshd start" on the desktop, and I recall adding my username to an authorized list somewhere, but I can't remember what file that was. (I've been a linux end user for years but have only recently installed it at home.)
Anyway, it was working fine until there was a power outage at home. Well, it was working except that I couldn't open forwarded X windows, but I was managing with just terminal access.
My husband is home and restarted the computer and restarted sshd, but now although I can make a connection, I can't actually login, as it won't accept my password.
I desperately need this to work and I feel completely blind since I can't see my home machine. My husband is a Windows man, but he can type commands for me and
Using LDAP authentication only on one cachepeer in Squid
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 23, 2009
I'm trying to configure Squid to ask for authentication using LDAP but ONLY on one cache_peer. Before I had it activated on all servers and it worked perfectly. All the other webservers however have their own authentication except this wiki.
This is what I have in my squid.conf in regards to this particular site.
cron job running but not getting the email that should send
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 14, 2011
i am using a crontab to run a perl script.
When i check the /var/log/cron, it shows that cron job ran successfully but i am not getting the output that the script should send. The same script runs successfully on a solaris server and sends output as email. Is there any other place to look for possible causes. Thanks in advance!
locked out of linux.com but not other sites using linuxfoundation.org's ldap
location: linux.com - date: May 9, 2015
hi my primary account's locked out of this site only, i can log into the other sites fine but this one keeps telling me to login and blocked. its 666threesixes666 thanks. =D
rpcapd what is the password when not using null authentication
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 7, 2015
I'm running rpcapd on a Raspberry which serves as a WiFi access point to trace/sniff network traffic by WiFi users.
I can run rpcapd in null authentication mode and access the interfaces from my windows machine using wireshark and it works perfect.
However, I'd like to expose these capture interfaces to multiple users and i thought it might be good to not use null authentication but have at least a little barrier for unwanted users.
If i don't use the "-n" argument, what is the user/pass? I searched Google but i can not really find a source which leads me to the answer.
I tried creating a second user which has a password and ran rpcapd from this users but still if i use these users Linux credentials, wireshark tells me it can not find any interfaces. When i re-run rpcapd with the -n argument everything works.
So... i must have overseen something!? What is the username and password for non null authentication operation or where can i specify one?
Thanks a lot!
Let me know if you
LDAP works with PHP CLI but not through apache
- date: January 1, 1970
I'm trying to authenticate over LDAP against a Windows 2008 Server from a Fedora box.
The following code works from the command line (prints "Success"):
if($ldap = ldap_connect('10.0.0.101'))
ldap_set_option($ldap, LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, 3);
$bind = ldap_bind($ldap,'[email protected]
...pulling the same file via Apache/mod_php prints "Can't contact LDAP server"
I've seen a lot of reports of issues like this, but no useful information on how to resolve it.
Can connect using Windows but not Ubuntu Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 10, 2007
tredegar.,YOU ARE THE MAN! You steered me right to where I needed to be!
I started messing with /etc/network/interfaces like you suggested.
[_] instead of [-] and tryed adding Quotation marks to Rodeway Grove.
It didn't work, but then I started thinking that maybe instead of two words, it needs to be one. So instead of Rodeway Grove, it was changed to RodewayGrove and Bada Bing, Bada Boom!
I have my Ubuntu back! I'm replying via Firefox on my Ubuntu Desktop.
It's so crazy how just ONE small thing can cause so much frustration!
Thank You My Friend! And thanks to everyone for your suggestions!
[SOLVED] Active Directory (LDAP) authentication with Apache 2.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 8, 2011
I have found multiple resources on Google with procedures to setup LDAP authentication on an Apache web server hosted on Linux. I have yet to find one that works for me, specifically, I don't quite understand the extra options in the LDAPUrl string and BindLDAP.
I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server with Apache 2.2. Here is a snippet of one of the ways I have tried authenticating (embedded in my virtual host file at /etc/apache2/sites-enabled):
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