Hello Everyone,

I am trying to setup a SLES 9 machine to authenticate to a Linux OES SP1
Rev B machine but am having some trouble... Someone else posted the same
issue back in July 05 but an engineer stated that this would be fixed in
SP1 but from what I can tell it's not... I am following the article
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/1630.html but when I run
either of the following

ndssch -h localhost -t mytree admin.container rfc2307-usergroup.sch

ndssch -h localhost -t mytree cn=admin.o=container rfc2307-usergroup.sch

I receive a few errors in /var/nds/schema.log

Below is the log...

Start: Thursday December 15 2005 09:19:10

Starting schema update for: rfc2307-usergroup.sch...
Resolving to Master of ServerDN to extend the schema.
Schema attribute uidNumber already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute gidNumber already exists and is identical.
The flags specified in the schema file do not match the flags of the
existing attribute
Unable to add schema attribute gecos.
The flags specified in the schema file do not match the flags of the
existing attribute
Unable to add schema attribute homeDirectory.
The flags specified in the schema file do not match the flags of the
existing attribute
Unable to add schema attribute loginShell.
Schema attribute shadowLastChange already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowMin already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowMax already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowWarning already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowInactive already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowExpire already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute shadowFlag already exists and is identical.
Schema attribute memberUid already exists and is identical.
Schema class posixAccount already exist and is identical.
Schema class shadowAccount already exist and is identical.
Schema class posixGroup already exist and is identical.

I did some searching around and found that someone was using NAM on there
machine to use LDAP authentication but I thought that NAM was a part of
LUM and was not available for SLES... NAM seems to be the way to go but I
cant find anywhere to download NAM for SLES 9... Anyways If anyone know's
how to get around the issues with extending the schema or know's a way to
install NAM on SLES that would great!

Thanks!

-scz