* Adrian Nida <nida(at)musc(dot)edu> [0307 18:07]:
> >>Here is my attempt at doing so: http://itc.musc.edu/wiki/PostGreSQL
> >I get a "not exists" error on that URL.
> Sorry, I renamed the URL after someone pointed out the correct spelling.
> This was a link to the old one. I apologize for the confusion, the
> right URL is:
> >I assume you looked at:
> > http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.0/interactive/auth-methods.html#AUTH-PAM
> >Do you have additions to it?
> Yes, I did look at it. No offense to the original author, but my doc
> has a lot more than the four sentences that are there. I was hoping it
> would help others in my situation. Again any and all
> comments/questions/blah are appreciated.
I think the point he's trying to make is that most of your howto is
how to setup pg_hba.conf (which is in the docs anyway) and how to set up pam_ldap
for a service (which is really a pam howto).
It'd be nice if the docs at
'you need to createuser(8) a postgres user too. PAM is only used to
validate a username/password pair - the user has to exist in postgres as well.'
and it will, once it updates :)
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your ass leaves, please'
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