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Open LDAP question on Debian

I've got a couple of nearly identical Debian systems. The older ones
are able to authenticate using OpenLDAP using an OpenLDAP server. The
newest one will not authenticate.
The files:

Are all identical. I've checked the system, and it is able to ping the
ldap server. I can log in as root, but not myself or others served by
the server. The older systems formerly used NIS. I'm looking for some
clues. I was not the one who installed Debian, but everything else
looks ok. OpenLDAP was installed with the defaults. We set the host,
base, and URI fields correctly. 

Note that the Debian files are much different from the RHEL files. 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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