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24.4. OpenLDAP Configuration Files

OpenLDAP configuration files are installed into the /etc/openldap/ directory. The following is a brief list highlighting the most important directories and files:

Note

If the nss_ldap package is installed, it creates a file named /etc/ldap.conf. This file is used by the PAM and NSS modules supplied by the nss_ldap package. Refer to Section 24.7, “Configuring a System to Authenticate Using OpenLDAP” for more information.


 
 
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