[Samba] Novell vs Linux.
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Wed Sep 18 15:05:01 GMT 2002
The way to do this is to use ConsoleOne -> Tools -> Schema Manager.
Create all the attributes
Name, ASN1 ID, Syntax *), Flags
*) eDirectory does not implement the same types as openLDAP, but "Case
Ignore String" should be good enough.
The create a class, which inherit "User" and add the previusly created
attributes. You might need to import RFC2307 (developer.novell.com) and
nov_inet.sch to get all the attributes.
Then it should work.
If you need more assistance, you can ask in the Novell Support forums:
support-forums.novell.com -> novell.support.ds.ldap.
Either that, or create a small program which imports the schema file......
Bruno Gimenes Pereti wrote:
>>>This the attribute and object definition from samba.schema from
>>>samba2.2.6pre CVS couple of weeks ago:
>>>attributetype ( 18.104.22.168.4.1.722.214.171.124 NAME 'lmPassword'
>>>What does that mean?
>>>I can connect, search LDAP from NDS with the tools provided by redhat
>>>Sorry if I´m being boring but I really need Samba to work with NDS
>>You have to 'import' this definiton to your ldap server/nds server. There
>>must be a way to import this schema.
>>After that, you must be able to fill in data in ldap/nds.
>I forgot to mention, I can import the definition from the file
>rfc2307-usergroup.sch but I can´t import from the samba.schema. Certanly you
>saw that the sintaxe of this files are completly different. NDS provides two
>applications to import schema, they are "ndssch" and "ldapmodify". ndssch
>can´t import samba.schema and ldapmodify uses another kind of file (ldif).
>Do you know how can I do this?
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