openldap password change webapp?
December 17, 2008 8:17 AM   Subscribe

Need a webapp to allow my users to change their own LDAP passwords.

I've got slapd (openldap) running on an Ubuntu server. I have various webapps (mediawiki, trac, cacti, etc.) that auth against slapd. I'd like my users to be able to change their own LDAP passwords by going to a webapp, and I thought I might be able to use phpldapadmin for that, but no dice. Does anybody know of a (preferably standalone) webapp for allowing users to change their LDAP passwords? I do not currently give my users login shells, and most of them wouldn't be comfortable using a CLI to change a password anyway. If you know of something packaged for Fedora (the OS), that's good, too.
posted by tarheelcoxn to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Not standalone, but I'm pretty sure Drupal can do that with the addition of the ldap integration module.
posted by bricoleur at 9:54 AM on December 17, 2008

I'm running up against this wall with drupal and the module you suggest. Also, as previously mentioned, I really would like something more lightweight, ideally standalone.
posted by tarheelcoxn at 8:45 PM on December 17, 2008

I have a friend who cooked up small (66 line) something based on a PEAR module (Crypt/CHAP.php). I haven't actually tested it yet. Mefimail me and I may be able to pass it along. Maybe one day RSN we can get it clean and posted publicly.
posted by tarheelcoxn at 12:32 AM on January 17, 2009

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