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Topic: login trouble

Hi,

I am new to iredmail, but am considering it as a brillieant solution to get my mailaccounts and domains managed from what I have read about it.

I have installed it on a vserver using the ldap backend, disabling acl (as I can't use it with the vserver), run into the slapd starting problem which I fixed by setting the permissions of the certs as stated here in the forum and have from what I can tell all services up and running now - however, I can not login to either roundcube or ldap in the webinterface with any user I tried.

The lods aren't really giving any clue away. Do you hae any idea what to look for in pariclar for a proper error message and what else the problem might be?

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Re: login trouble

which verison os are you runing.

if is sentos

vi /etc/openldap/slapd.conf
loglevel    0

to 256, and restart the ldap service.

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Re: login trouble

shake wrote:

which verison os are you runing.

if is sentos

vi /etc/openldap/slapd.conf
loglevel    0

to 256, and restart the ldap service.

Debian 5.0

but the loglevel was also set to 0... changed it in accordance with your advice and will do some further testing wink

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Re: login trouble

you also can check out the newest verison of iredmail

http://code.google.com/p/iredmail/source/checkout

no need setting the acl and have the newsest iredadmin manage the ldap user and account.

you also can test the demo http://demo.iredmail.org

5 (edited by greaman 2009-10-24 19:15:36)

Re: login trouble

k tried 256 as well as -1 now, still nothing in /var/log/openldap.log

the apache logs are just showing access to the pages, but no errors besides the usual spam of people trying to break into the server...

As I am usually on opensuse and just using debian as iRedMail doesn't support opensuse I am kind of running out of ideas of how to locate the problem.

I should be able to login as postmaster@mydomain.tld in roundcube stratght after installtion, right?

PS: found something in the dovecot.log... at least the /mail access seems to be a problem of invalid credentials - even though I don't get anything out of openldap I guess it might be the same problem... I will try to install all the stuff one more time...

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Re: login trouble

greaman wrote:

k tried 256 as well as -1 now, still nothing in /var/log/openldap.log

This's a bug in iRedMail-0.5.0: file location of syslog.conf on Ubuntu 8.04 is incorrect.

There's a new file: /etc/rsyslog.conf, file content is:

local4.*                        -/var/log/openldap.log

Simplily append this line in /etc/syslog.conf, remove /etc/rsyslog.conf, and then restart syslog service should fix this issue.