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Re: Problems with OpenLDAP 2.0.27 and OpenSSL 0.9.7

On Sun, Jan 05, 2003 at 10:41:34PM +0100, Michel Stam wrote:

> I have tried to compile OpenLDAP 2.0.26 and 2.0.27 with OpenSSL 0.9.7 
> installed, yet every time I use ldapsearch with -h 'ldaps://<host>'  (or 
> nss_ldap from padl.com with similar TLS options for that matter), it 
> returns Segmentation Fault. Non-TLS requests to the OpenLDAP server work 
> normally.

It might be worth making sure that the running daemon is using the
same version of the ssl and crypto shared libs that it was compiled
with. Check also that you only have one set of header files for those
libraries when building.

The 'ldd' and 'locate' commands are particularly useful here.

Another thought: I remember a discussion a few months back about
symbol conflicts between libcrypt and either libcrypto or libssl -
this could give rise to trouble in a dynamic loading case, as the
order of operations might cause one library to mess up another.

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