I have configured OID 126.96.36.199 with OAS4OS for Enterprise Linux Red Hat 5 server and successfully added 'passwd.ldif' and 'group.ldif' files. However, the migration script 'migrate_common.sh' did not migrate any 'sudoers' file. I am now following this link - http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E14571_01/doc.1111/e16454/migrate.htm#CHDFEFDF to download and compile 'sudo' file and then manually add 'sudoers' file to OID after manually creating a 'sudoers' container.
My questions are:
1) Are there any other updated migration scripts to automate 'sudoers' migration process?
2) Which 'sudo' package to download from - http://www.gratisoft.us/sudo site? Should I download the package from 'http://www.gratisoft.us/sudo/download.html' and follow 'http://www.gratisoft.us/sudo/readme_ldap.html' to compile the 'sudo' package with LDAP option?
3) Do I need to migrate files other than 'passwd.ldif', 'group.ldif', and 'base.ldif' beside 'sudoers' to OID, or this is it?
4) If someone has a cheat sheet for 'sudoers' migration, then please share it.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks. I am going to upgrade to SUDO 1.8 as have 1.7.x installed. But I need exact steps to migrate sudo users if I do not need to re-compile SUDO with the LDAP option?
I tried to compile it yesterday but the make command complained that it could not find 'ldap.h' and 'lrep.h' file.
Can someone point me to steps to migrate and configure OID for 'sudoers' on Linux Red Hat?