Translations by Andi Chandler

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NAME
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NAME
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SYNOPSIS
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SYNOPSIS
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DESCRIPTION
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DESCRIPTION
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OPTIONS
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OPTIONS
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CONFIGURATION
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CONFIGURATION
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AUTHOR
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AUTHOR
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This program was written by
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This program was written by
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This manual was written by
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This manual was written by
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COPYRIGHT
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COPYRIGHT
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This program and documentation is copyright to the authors named above.
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This program and documentation is copyright to the authors named above.
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Distributed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
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Distributed under the GNU General Public Licence (GNU GPL) version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
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QUESTIONS
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QUESTIONS
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Questions on the usage of this program can be sent to the I<Squid Users mailing list>
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Questions on the usage of this program can be sent to the I<Squid Users mailing list>
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REPORTING BUGS
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REPORTING BUGS
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Bug reports need to be made in English. See http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/BugReporting for details of what you need to include with your bug report.
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Bug reports need to be made in English. See http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/BugReporting for details of what you need to include with your bug report.
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Report bugs or bug fixes using http://bugs.squid-cache.org/
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Report bugs or bug fixes using http://bugs.squid-cache.org/
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Report serious security bugs to I<Squid Bugs E<lt>squid-bugs@squid-cache.orgE<gt>>
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Report serious security bugs to I<Squid Bugs E<lt>squid-bugs@squid-cache.orgE<gt>>
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Report ideas for new improvements to the I<Squid Developers mailing list>
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Report ideas for new improvements to the I<Squid Developers mailing list>
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SEE ALSO
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SEE ALSO
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The Squid FAQ wiki
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The Squid FAQ wiki
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The Squid Configuration Manual
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The Squid Configuration Manual
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port
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port
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B<base> object only,
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B<base> object only,
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B<one> level below the base object or
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B<one> level below the base object or
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B<sub>tree below the base object
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B<sub>tree below the base object
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options
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options
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URI
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URI
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The DN and the name of a file containing the password to bind as while performing searches.
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The DN and the name of a file containing the password to bind as while performing searches.
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B<basic_getpwnam_auth> allows Squid to authenticate any local user accounts to validate the user name and password of Basic HTTP authentication.
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B<basic_getpwnam_auth> allows Squid to authenticate any local user accounts to validate the user name and password of Basic HTTP authentication.
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It uses B<getpwnam()> and B<getspnam()> routines for authentication.
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It uses B<getpwnam()> and B<getspnam()> routines for authentication.
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This has the following advantages over the NCSA module:
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This has the following advantages over the NCSA module:
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- Allows authentication of all known local users
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- Allows authentication of all known local users
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- Allows authentication through nsswitch.conf
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- Allows authentication through nsswitch.conf
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- Can handle NIS(+) requests
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- Can handle NIS(+) requests
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- Can handle LDAP requests
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- Can handle LDAP requests
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- Can handle PAM requests
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- Can handle PAM requests
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When used for authenticating to local UNIX shadow password databases the program must be running as root or else it won't have sufficient permissions to access the user password database. Such use of this program is not recommended, but if you absolutely need to then make the program B<setuid> B<root>
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When used for authenticating to local UNIX shadow password databases the program must be running as root or else it won't have sufficient permissions to access the user password database. Such use of this program is not recommended, but if you absolutely need to then make the program B<setuid> B<root>
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Please note that in such configurations it is also strongly recommended that the program is moved into a directory where normal users cannot access it, as this mode of operation will allow any local user to brute-force other users passwords. Also note the program has not been fully audited and the author cannot be held responsible for any security issues due to such installations.
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Please note that in such configurations it is also strongly recommended that the program is moved into a directory where normal users cannot access it, as this mode of operation will allow any local user to brute-force other users passwords. Also note the program has not been fully audited and the author cannot be held responsible for any security issues due to such installations.
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Based on original code by
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Based on original code by
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base DN
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base DN
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attribute
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attribute
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LDAP server name
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LDAP server name
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LDAP search filter
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LDAP search filter
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B<basic_ldap_auth> allows Squid to connect to a LDAP directory to validate the user name and password of Basic HTTP authentication. LDAP options are specified as parameters on the command line, while the username(s) and password(s) to be checked against the LDAP directory are specified on subsequent lines of input to the helper, one username/password pair per line separated by a space.
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B<basic_ldap_auth> allows Squid to connect to a LDAP directory to validate the user name and password of Basic HTTP authentication. LDAP options are specified as parameters on the command line, while the username(s) and password(s) to be checked against the LDAP directory are specified on subsequent lines of input to the helper, one username/password pair per line separated by a space.
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As expected by the basic authentication construct of Squid, after specifying a username and password followed by a new line, this helper will produce either B<OK> or B<ERR> on the following line to show if the specified credentials are correct according to the LDAP directory.
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As expected by the basic authentication construct of Squid, after specifying a username and password followed by a new line, this helper will produce either B<OK> or B<ERR> on the following line to show if the specified credentials are correct according to the LDAP directory.
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The program has two major modes of operation. In the default mode of operation the users DN is constructed using the base DN and user attribute. In the other mode of operation a search filter is used to locate valid user DN's below the base DN.
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The program has two major modes of operation. In the default mode of operation the users DN is constructed using the base DN and user attribute. In the other mode of operation a search filter is used to locate valid user DN's below the base DN.
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B<REQUIRED.> Specifies the base DN under which the users are located.
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B<REQUIRED.> Specifies the base DN under which the users are located.
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LDAP search B<filter> to locate the user DN. Required if the users are in a hierarchy below the base DN, or if the login name is not what builds the user specific part of the users DN.
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LDAP search B<filter> to locate the user DN. Required if the users are in a hierarchy below the base DN, or if the login name is not what builds the user specific part of the users DN.
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Will crash if other B<%> values than B<%s> are used, or if more than 15 B<%s> are used.
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Will crash if other B<%> values than B<%s> are used, or if more than 15 B<%s> are used.
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Specifies the name of the DN attribute that contains the username/login. Combined with the base DN to construct the users DN when no search filter is specified ( B<-f> option). Defaults to B<uid>
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Specifies the name of the DN attribute that contains the username/login. Combined with the base DN to construct the users DN when no search filter is specified ( B<-f> option). Defaults to B<uid>