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This guide describes how to include CentOS 6.2 in an UCS 3.0 domain. It only shows the diverging points from the standard CentOS installation.
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== Inclusion in the Management System ==
 
 
 
To include the CentOS system into the UCS management system,  add it as a member server. This ensures that the proper accounts will be added for the client.
 
 
 
Further it is necessary to add the IP address of the CentOS System to the variable to
 
ldap/acl/read/ips
 
on your DC Master and Backups.
 
 
 
== CentOS Installation ==
 
 
 
During the installation one of UCS domain controllers should be chosen as the ntp time server. Additionally, the hostname for the system should be configured manually and not be relied on the DHCP offered one.
 
 
 
== Authentication Configuration ==
 
 
 
First the needed PAM modules need to be installed:
 
yum install openldap openldap-clients nss_ldap krb5-libs krb5-workstation
 
 
 
Afterwards LDAP and Kerberos need to be enabled:
 
authconfig --enablekrb5 --krb5kdc=<DC> --krb5realm=<REALM> --krb5adminserver=<DC> --enablecache --update''
 
authconfig --enableldapauth --ldapserver=<DC>:7389 --ldapbasedn=<base DN> --disableldaptls \
 
--ldaploadcacert=https://<DC Master>/ucs-root-ca.crt --update''
 
 
 
thereby you can use any UCS domain controller for the domain controller. The base DN can be found on a UCS domain controller using the command
 
ucr get ldap/base
 
 
 
Afterwards you should be able to log into your CentOS System.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:02, 30 November 2015

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