Keep getting this very annoying message when navigating the 389 Directory gui admin console after the latest update:
“The user cn=directory manager does not have permission to perform this operation.”
This happens on the first tab you select after logging into a directory instance. If I click OK and then re-enter Directory Manager’s password (or just click Cancel), I seem to get past it and go on my merry way.
Nothing on the lists other than this thread, in which it seems people couldn’t get past the error at all. I took a cue from that thread anyway and removed
selinux-policy-targeted anyway, since I currently have SELinux disabled.
There are some days that I think going completely command line with 389 Directory, like I have with (O)DSEE, would make life much happier.
Some other nice resources out there:
Although I’m not exactly an SELinux fanboy, it’s definitely one of those things that every sysadmin should be able to manage, just as they should BIND and sendmail.