Re: authenticate via NTLM & AD [SOLVED]
From: Benedict Verheyen (linux4bene_at_pandora.be)
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 7 May 2004 20:56:13 +0200
Mark McRitchie wrote:
> (well it is here)
>> Somewhere there is a problem with the Linux.
>> This is what i've tried to get it to work:
>> 1) Changing /etc/apt/apt-conf
> You do mean apt.conf don't you?
Well, yep that was what i found out today. Apparently my apt.conf
file was called apt-conf. I don't know why or how i changed it.
Anyway, i knew after installing lynx that everything worked allright
(as i reported earlier) and that the problem was apt-get related, in
my case the conf file.
So i tried to export the http_proxy var and bling, apt worked.
Then i went back and thought that the filename might be wrong.
Now it works and next week 'm going to adjust a skeleton program
so that aps starts in the background (it's not programmed to be
started as a daemon but adding a & will help :)) and when the
server goes down, that the daemon is properly stopped.
Next week i'll probably look into making a user in AD with i can
then use for the aps program so i don't have to use my own
username & password.
Anyway, thanks to all those who have been helping!
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