I have configured LDAP auth for Ubuntu using this guide.
The authentication works, but I have connection problems after reboot & suspend.
Although the PC is configured using a static ip, after the login screen has been loaded, the pc needs still 10-15 seconds for the network-interface to be up & running. So when I enter my username & password immediately after booting, the login screen hangs and prompts a message
So is there a simple solution for configuring ldap-auth to use a local cache when the server is not available? Or is there a possibility to speedup the network initialization?
After adding a static configuration to
/etc/network/interfaces, I have a running network-connection on the login-screen, but unfortunately the booting takes now 10-15 seconds (Boot-Splash-Text: "Waiting for Network Connection")