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How to Allow UniqueMember to add under PosiGroup (UniqueueMemberof Plugins)-(389 Fedora directory Server)

Posted on 2013-12-26
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Hi,
I have spent quite a long time on this issue and decided to ask for some help.
Would be grateful, If can one can give me some light.

Basically,

I want either
1) Create a posixgroup ( example TestGroup) and set attributes like

uid=testuser,ou=Users,dc=testdomain,dc=lan
gidNumber=3001

2) Create a groupOfuniqueNames (example TestGroup)

uid=testuser,ou=Users,dc=testdomain,dc=lan
gidNumber=3001


As you can see the problem is :

PosixGroup does not allow uniquemember by default
and groupOfuniqueNames does not allow gidNumber by default

the Question is :

What options do i need to change in dse.ldif file to allow uniqueMember in PosixGroup ??


I have read this  , and made the changes, but no luck ( unless my understanding is wrong)

http://directory.fedoraproject.org/wiki?title=MemberOf_Multiple_Grouping_Enhancements&redirect=no


From my understanding, i Need to have patch to do that , but not seeing any solution.

Can any one please help me to fix this ?

Please let me know if you want more information.

Kind Regards
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Solution : -

From 389 Console -> Select the Root ->Configuration -> Settings -> Until Enable Schema checking.
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