[Ltb-users] "Cannot access LDAP directory" error when migrating to Centos7

Gray McCord gdm at sangabriel.com
Sun Sep 3 14:06:24 CEST 2017


After much hacking around with ldapsearch, I discovered that the problem
was the private SSL cert I am using from the AD server.  The client was not
recognizing its CA, so I added the following to ldap.conf, and it cleared
right up:

TLS_REQCERT    never

Gray

On Fri, Sep 1, 2017 at 12:12 PM, Gray McCord <gdm at sangabriel.com> wrote:

> Sorry if this shows up as a duplicate, but I think I sent this via one of
> my email addresses that was not registered to ltb-users.  Sorry!
>
>
>
> Anyway, I have a LTB installation that connects successfully to an AD
> system from a Centos6 /PHP5.6 / Apache 2.2 system and it has been (and is)
> working perfectly. It is several years old and I believe that it’s a V0.9
> LTB install.
>
> I’m in the process of migrating my LTB configuration to a Centos7 / PHP7.1
> / Apache 2.4 system. I have duplicated my install to the new server and
> made sure the required PHP extensions are installed. Unfortunately for me,
> the new installation will not connect to my AD server, even though the
> configuration is identical to the LTB install that currently works fine. I
> tried installing a fresh LTB v.1.1 configuration on the Centos7 server just
> to make sure it wasn’t a problem with older code, but I get the exact same
> results.
>
>
>
> What am I doing wrong?
>
>
>
> Thanks for any help!
>
>
>
> Gray
>
>
>
> Gray McCord
>
> *Adapt, Mutate, Migrate, or Die*
>
>                                                           -C. Darwin
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*Gray D. McCord*
"Adapt, mutate, migrate, or die."
- C. Darwin
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