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    Moodle - Single Sign on

    Hi Guys

    Any tips with trying to get single sign on working on moodle.

    I have LDAP working - and enabled the NTLM settings and entered my subnet , but still no joy.

    Moodle running on ubuntu server - moodle version 1.99

    any ideas guys - it may be somehting to do with enabling apache mod_auth_ntlm_winbind.

    Thanks


    Chris

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    Guys

    Tyring to following to the instructions at -

    NTLM authentication - MoodleDocs mod_auth_ntlm_winbind on Debian/Ubuntury

    You need to install the following packages (and all of their dependencies) by using aptitude, synaptic, etc.:

    You need to install the following packages (and all of their dependencies) by using aptitude, synaptic, etc.:

    autoconf apache2-threaded-dev debian-builder

    Once you have them installed, open up a text console, go to the directory where you downloaded the mod_auth_ntlm_winbind files an execute the following commands (as a normal user):

    autoconf
    ./configure --with-apxs=/usr/bin/apxs2 --with-apache=/usr/sbin/apache2
    make
    That should compile it without errors. Then as a user that can run commands as root via sudo, execute the following command from the same directory:

    sudo make install


    I have downloaded the required files - but when i runt he first part of the command "apache2-threaded-dev debian-builder" i get the error "autoconf apache2-threaded-dev debian-builder

    Any IDeas - as i think this is the only part i am missing to get SSO working

    Thanks


    Chris

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    old thread but thought I would answer it incase anyone finds it and needs the answer, you need to type
    sudo apt-get install autoconf apache2-threaded-dev debian-builder

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