Add Security Modules using the Console, and SELinux
This is only working correctly in 1.1.36 version of the 389-admin package. The previous recommended way of adding modules is to use the “modutil” tool.
Add the Security Module
- Open the DS Instance console
- Click on Console in the top menu
- Then goto Security, then Configure Security Modules
- Due to CGI security issues with the Admin Server, all new security module libraries must exist, or have a symbolic link, in the DS instance security directory. Typically this is /etc/dirsrv/slapd-INSTANCE
- The “modutil” tool does NOT have this restriction, only the Console
- Choose “Install”
- Enter just the libary name: libcknfast.so
- The console will reject relative or absolute paths.
- Enter a name of your choosing for the security module name/identifier.
- Click OK
Copying a security module library into the Directory Server instance security directory can conflict with existing SELinux policies. An easy way to workaround this is use a symbolic link instead:
/etc/dirsrv/slapd-INSTANCE/libcknfast.so --> /opt/nfast/toolkit/pkcs11/libcknfast.so
Otherwise you will need to update the SELinux to account for the new file in its new location.
Last modified on 14 October 2014