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Old 12-29-2009, 06:00 AM
Mihamina Rakotomandimby
 
Default changing rootdn password

> Didar Hossain <didar.hossain@gmail.com> :
> > I would like to change that admin password without calling
> > 'dpkg-reconfigure slapd'.
> > Is there an ldap utility or built-in command for that purpose?
> Please, do not cross-post the same message to multiple mailing lists -
> instead use separate messages.

Ok, heard.

> Look for "rootpw" in slapd.conf

After dpkg confguring it, I only have a commented:
rootdn "cn=admin,dc=malagasy,dc=com"
but no "rootpw".
I am able to bind with the credential provided to the dpkg-reconfigure.

Where is it stored?

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Old 12-29-2009, 08:48 AM
Joe
 
Default changing rootdn password

Mihamina Rakotomandimby wrote:

Didar Hossain <didar.hossain@gmail.com> :

I would like to change that admin password without calling
'dpkg-reconfigure slapd'.
Is there an ldap utility or built-in command for that purpose?

Please, do not cross-post the same message to multiple mailing lists -
instead use separate messages.


Ok, heard.


Look for "rootpw" in slapd.conf


After dpkg confguring it, I only have a commented:
rootdn "cn=admin,dc=malagasy,dc=com"
but no "rootpw".
I am able to bind with the credential provided to the dpkg-reconfigure.

Where is it stored?



If not in slapd.conf, then it is in the database itself i.e. the admin
entry has a userPassword attribute. This is an alternative to placing
the [usually encrypted] admin password in slapd.conf.


You should be able to change it with an LDAP editor, if you are not
comfortable with working with the command line. Luma should be able to
do that, though I work with LDAP mostly with Windows, and use a Windows
LDAP editor.


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Old 12-30-2009, 02:55 PM
Zdenek Styblik
 
Default changing rootdn password

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Mihamina Rakotomandimby wrote:
> Manao ahoana, Hello, Bonjour,
>
> On a Debian and a Ubuntu I install OpenLDAP with the package manager.
> It usually asks for an admin password.
>
> But when looking in /etc/ldap/ I found no place where it is stored
> (even in an encrypted form).
>
> I would like to change that admin password without calling
> 'dpkg-reconfigure slapd'.
>
> Is there an ldap utility or built-in command for that purpose?
>
> Misaotra, Thanks, Merci.
>

Hello,

try to look in /etc/openldap/ instead. But I know a little about Debian
and Google is not unified in results about location of - well, try %
find /etc/ -name slapd.conf; there
That's where rooddn password should be stored.
And how to change it?
Use % slappasswd; to generate HASH, then edit slapd.conf and look for:
rootpw {SSHA}SomeHASHofPassword

For the syntax - man pages. SSHA is strongly recommended, I'd say
especially for rootdn password.
I'm not sure if the restart of % slapd; is required.

I hope that helps.

Regards,
Zdenek

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Old 12-30-2009, 02:55 PM
Zdenek Styblik
 
Default changing rootdn password

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Hash: SHA1

Mihamina Rakotomandimby wrote:
> Manao ahoana, Hello, Bonjour,
>
> On a Debian and a Ubuntu I install OpenLDAP with the package manager.
> It usually asks for an admin password.
>
> But when looking in /etc/ldap/ I found no place where it is stored
> (even in an encrypted form).
>
> I would like to change that admin password without calling
> 'dpkg-reconfigure slapd'.
>
> Is there an ldap utility or built-in command for that purpose?
>
> Misaotra, Thanks, Merci.
>

Hello,

try to look in /etc/openldap/ instead. But I know a little about Debian
and Google is not unified in results about location of - well, try %
find /etc/ -name slapd.conf; there
That's where rooddn password should be stored.
And how to change it?
Use % slappasswd; to generate HASH, then edit slapd.conf and look for:
rootpw {SSHA}SomeHASHofPassword

For the syntax - man pages. SSHA is strongly recommended, I'd say
especially for rootdn password.
I'm not sure if the restart of % slapd; is required.

I hope that helps.

Regards,
Zdenek

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Net/Linux admin
OS TurnovFree.net
email: stybla@turnovfree.net
jabber: stybla@jabber.turnovfree.net
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