anderson at debian-rs.org
Fri Jan 9 09:18:55 EST 2004
I am installing a Cyrus box with the following configuration:
Machine: Dual Xeon 2GHz, 1Gb RAM
System: Debian GNU/Linux 3.0, Cyrus 2.1 (Backported) and SASL2 (Backported)
I have created a cyrus user under LDAP directory and the PAM modules has
been set up to lib_ldap.so. When I try a "testsaslauthd -u cyrus -p
[hidden]" I get a Sucess status, however, a "cyradm -u cyrus localhost"
mail:~ cyradm -u cyrus localhost
IMAP Password: [hidden]
at /usr/lib/perl5/Cyrus/IMAP/Admin.pm line 118
cyradm: cannot authenticate to server as user cyrus
I have checked the LDAP log, it recieves the cyrus request and the
authentication seems to be ok. I tried a telnet 0 143, using the cyrus
login, but it gives "Connection closed by foreign host".
With a strace, I got a segmentation fault. Does anyone have got this
problem? The authentication is ok, LDAP receives tha request, but Cyrus
can't process it.
I tried to compile cyrus 2.1.16 by hand and I have got the same problem.
Thanks for any help
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