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> PAM_LDAP and NSS_LDAP should do the job.
> You could also use the FAN-OUT driver, but it is one-way (to Solaris)
> and populates the traditional "files" on Solaris. I usually fond the
> FAN-OUT driver overkill for one type of implementation.
> Solaris provides their own version of PAM/NSS however, it does nto work
> well with eDirectory due to some quirks. You could sync (using LDAP
> Driver) to SunDirectory (Comes with Solaris) and then implement
> Solaris's PAM/NSS.
> However, if you have any other *in*x in your environment I have found it
> best to use (compile) the PADL (http://www.padl.com/) libraries using
> the JLDAP libraries (SUN uses the old Netscape LDAP libs) on Solaris as
> these same libraries come on most Linux distros and also HP-UX.
> This way, you can use the same config files for all platforms instead of
> managing config files for each. PADL also has code for AIX and others.
Thanks everyone for the options.
I'll show these to the Solaris guys and see if they understand it.
(PAM and other cooking sprays--haha)
I had a feeling we would be doing LDAP drivers to an ldap server on
their end somewhere.
> Kevin Hurni wrote:
> > Okay, so Sun is getting rid of NIS/NIS+
> > We want to sync from eDir to Solaris
> > I'm guessing that since NIS is going away, we'll want to use the LDAP
> > driver?
> > How is anyone else out there handling syncing to Solaris?
> > Any suggestions/ideas?
> > (I already asked about installing eDir onto Solaris and got a "no we
> > don't want to do that")
> > --Kevin