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Re: fedora directory server



Hi Graig,

Thanks for the reply.

One of the things that bothers me is that I seem to be running a very new 
version and all docs I find on the web are outdated except for this :
http://www.orangespike.ca/?q=node/81

I've been trying for nearly 6 hours now and get nowhere. I will remove 
everything and start all over again. Hopefully I made a mistake somewhere and 
have better luck with a fresh try.

What I understand from your mail and the above web page is that I'm on the 
right track. The problem at this moment is that the admin console doesn't 
start and I have no clue yet why.

regards,
Marcel


> On Sun, 2008-12-14 at 18:28 +0100, Marcel Janssen wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm trying to set up fedora directory service and have some issues with
> > that.
> >
> > I seem to have succesfully started it (after an hour of figuring out why
> > it didn't work ---which was permission related) :
> > [08/12/14:17:23:58] - [Setup] Info Directory Manager DN
> > [08/12/14:17:24:02] - [Setup] Info cn=Directory Manager
> > [08/12/14:17:24:02] - [Setup] Info Password
> > [08/12/14:17:24:05] - [Setup] Info Password (confirm)
> > [08/12/14:17:24:12] - [Setup] Info Your new DS instance 'superbit' was
> > successfully created.
> > [08/12/14:17:24:12] - [Setup] Success Exiting . . .
> > Log file is '/tmp/setupv8PLuq.log'
> >
> > now I try to run fedora-idm-console but have some issues with that.
> > Whatever ID I enter, I always get a message saying :
> >
> > Cannot logon because of an incorrect User ID,
> > Incorrect password or Directory problem
> >
> > java.io.EOFException: Connection lost
> >
> > Any ideas why I can't login ?
>
> ----
> fds has its own mail list...
>
> https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-directory-users
>
> I am still using an old version but...
>
> 1 - make sure fds & admin console are started...
>
> # service fds status
> slapd-srv1 (pid 3412) is running...
>
> # service fds-admin status
> ns-httpd is stopped
>
> # service fds-admin start
> Starting Fedora-DS Admin:                                  [  OK  ]
>
> /opt/fedora-ds/startconsole -x nologo -a http://localhost:$PORT_NUMBER
>
> (the port number is whatever port number it chose when you set it up)
>
> Craig


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