saslauthd conf file
tsg at bugalux.com
Wed Jun 4 03:28:12 EDT 2003
4 Июнь 2003 07:51, Вы написали:
> > Hi
> > I installed cyrus-sasl v2.1.13 from sources for a new mail server.
> > I was surprised, that saslauthd daemon tries to found its conf file
> > (saslauthd.conf) in /usr/etc directory, but not in /etc.
> > During compillation I put following parameters: --prefix=/usr
> > --sysconfdir=/etc.
> > Previous versions, including 2.1.12 works fine for me.
> > Jun 3 18:44:45 test saslauthd: do_auth : auth failure:
> > [user=administrator] [service=imap] [realm=] [mech=ldap]
> > Jun 3 18:45:03 test saslauthd: Could not open saslauthd config
> > file: /usr/etc/saslauthd.conf (No suchfile or directory)
> Are you really using SASL Authentication Daemon? The config file is really
> needed only if you're authenticating against LDAP, in all other cases it
> can be empty.
Yes, you are right. I use it to authenticate users from SMTP & POP3/IMAP
servers against LDAP. And before v2.1.13 everything was perfect. I did link
from /etc/saslauthd.conf to /usr/etc/saslauthd.conf, but it's a bad solution.
SASL library should work for me as it use to.
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