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From "Brandon Gould" <bgo...@crewcorpinc.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Auth aliases problem
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2013 10:28:26 GMT
Ah, my apologies, I misunderstood your original posting.

 

Now I understand. The mud is clear now!

 

How are you querying the LDAP servers, directly, or through an intermediary
like SASL?

 

When you configure with aliases, do you get "Unknown auth provider" on both,
or just one?

 

I also see you're using Debian, try this:

 

A2enmod ldap

A2enmod authnz_ldap

 

I also wonder if it's a dependency thing; if the necessary mods are being
loaded before or, after, your alias definitions.

 

Brandon Gould

Reader Sales Crew Member / IT Specialist

CrewCorp Inc.
(613)-449-9854
bgould@crewcorpinc.com

 

 

 

From: Tymiński Jan [mailto:Jan.Tyminski@exorigo-upos.pl] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 3:18 AM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] Auth aliases problem

 

I am able to authenticate to LDAP with no problem.

I am not able to set aliases properly.

LDAP without setting aliases works just on the go, but I have to
authenticate to second domain and that is what I wanted to achieve with
aliases.

But apache doesn't recognize aliases set by me.

I'm getting error "Unknown auth provider" for any alias I've set.

I've checked for mistyping errors over 10 times already, and tried even with
simply alias "aaa" to avoid mistyping error.

 

I'm using apache in version 2.2.16-6+squeeze11 from debian repository.

 

King Regards,

Jan TYMIŃSKI.

 

From: Brandon Gould [mailto:bgould@crewcorpinc.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 9:05 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] Auth aliases problem

 

You can also try authenticating to PAM, and then in 

 

/etc/pam.d/apache2 (or httpd, I'll have to check)

 

You specify

 

Auth                      sufficient             pam_ldap.so

Account               sufficient             pam_ldap.so

 

Pam_ldap is part of  the nss_ldap package.

 

This tells PAM to authenticate with LDAP.

 

On your VirtualHost directive, you'll also need to add:

 

<Directory /var/www/myrestrictedarea>
AuthType Basic
AuthName "Restricted area for My Server"
AuthPAM_Enabled On
Require group mygroup
</Directory>

 

This should allow you to authenticate to LDAP.

 

From: Tymiński Jan [mailto:Jan.Tyminski@exorigo-upos.pl] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 9:46 AM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users@httpd] Auth aliases problem

 

I'd like to ask again about my problem: I want to make aliases for ldap
authorization with mod_authn_alias, I have set everything up correctly,
according to the documentation, enabled required module, set
"AuthBasicProvider aaa" in my configuration, and I receive error: "Unknown
Authn provider: aaa" - there is no single line in error.log, there is no
information I can google, as all forward to: "Unknown Authn provider: ldap"
and this is not the problem I experience - there is certainly other basis of
the problem.

 

King Regards,

 

Jan TYMIŃSKI

IT System Administrator

 

Exorigo-UPOS Group

 

tel.: +48 32 44 28 172

mobile.: +48 607 410 656

mailto:jan.tyminski@exorigo-upos.pl

 


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