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From: Alex McKenzie on 18 May 2010 11:50
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This is for the same file server I wrote about earlier.
I would like to restrict access by group, as defined in LDAP. The
obvious solution is to add a filter to the login LDAP search that
restricts to gidNumber=10038 or 10001, since those are the groups I
need. From what I'm seeing, I need to add that to /etc/ldap.conf in the
nss_base_ section, but how to do it isn't clear.
Do I just enter it as a standard LDAP filter? In this case, I think I'd
want (|(gidNumber=10038)(gidNumber=10001)), but it's really not clear
the syntax really isn't clear from the file. Would it just be
That's what it looks like, anyway... if anyone can give me an answer,
or at least point me towards a good source of documentation on this, I'd
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