[geeklog-devel] FW: Question about LDAP or PAM

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Thu Mar 20 00:25:30 EST 2003

Danny is right Curt.

Sorry I didn't get back to your email, I was in DC the past 3 days.

If you are interested in providing an LDAP module for GL2 or 1.3.x email 
me and I can point you in the right direction. I would love to see this 
in 1.3.x as it may sway use of 1.3.x by companies knee deep in LDAP.


Danny Ledger wrote:
> Curt,
> I believe LDAP authentication is a feature targeted for the GL 2 release (Tony/Dirk - please confirm).  I can't speak to PAM authentication.  
> To my knowledge no one has actually implemented the type of integration you are referring to.
> I'm copying this reply to the GL core developer community in hopes someone more knowledgeable than I will respond.
> Thanks,
> --
> Danny Ledger (a.k.a squatty)
> danny at squatty.com
> http://www.squatty.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cdriscoll [mailto:cdriscoll at cfutilities.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 12:12 PM
> To: squatty
> Subject: Question about LDAP or PAM
> Squatty,
>   My name is Curt Driscoll and I am an Assitant LAN Admin at a Utility Company.  We are currently using GL for our intranet.  We are looking for some sort of LDAP or PAM authentication so that it can pull users login/pass from Active Directory on and Exchange 2000 server.  Do you know if this has been done, or is in the making?  I have very little php experience, and this would be a very helpful way to authenticate as opposed to using the GL database.  Any feedback is appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Curt Driscoll
> cdriscoll at cfutilities.com
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