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I have been trying to find a comprehensive and complete Single Sign On (SAML 2.0) Step-by-Step guide for Google Apps integration from Ubuntu 10.04 LTS or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. There is NO guide out there for Education departments that move to Google Apps and configure SSO on Linux.

Basically, it looks like this:

https://login.lbl.gov/idp/Authn/UserPassword http://apps.boisestate.edu

asked 11 Jul '10, 21:18

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edited 13 Jul '10, 04:31

Can you maybe give a little more info?

Such as exactly what you are trying to integrate? Are you set on SAML 2.0?

(14 Jul '10, 18:32) rfelsburg ♦

Wow...no Takers! It looks like I will have to just develop it myself!

(25 Jul '10, 22:30) MigrationKing

rfelsburg,

I want to enable a SSO SAML 2.0 auth using Apache to authenticate against active directory from a RHEL 5.5 server for Google Apps. It is done very often in the education space but the documentation is kind of convoluted.

(25 Jul '10, 22:34) MigrationKing

Using this structure:

http://simplesamlphp.org/docs/1.6/simplesamlphp-googleapps

(25 Jul '10, 22:35) MigrationKing



Maybe this site will be useful to you, it show the steps necessary to add two factor authentication on CentOS. With a little work put in by yourself you can easily adapt it for Debian/Ubuntu, others. HowToForge

Kind regards,

Eric

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answered 24 Aug '10, 14:59

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