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Re: what the...?
I put that entry in my database with no problems. (Although I changed the
dc=benshaw,dc=com to my own suffix)
I wish I could help, but alas I'm a newbie too :(
On Thu, 5 Aug 1999, Andrew Kohlsmith wrote:
> > > dn: firstname.lastname@example.org, dc=benshaw, dc=com
> > > Objectclass: top
> > > objectClass: person
> > > locality: Listowel
> > > cn: Andrew Kohlsmith
> > > cn: Andrew
> > > sn: Kohlsmith
> > You might want to add objectclass: inetOrgPerson which contains the mail
> > attribute.
> didn't work... the entry now looks like
> dn: email@example.com, dc=benshaw, dc=com
> Objectclass: top
> objectClass: person
> objectclass: inetorgperson
> locality: Listowel
> cn: Andrew Kohlsmith
> cn: Andrew
> sn: Kohlsmith
> mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> something I did notice, however... neither the objectclass 'inetorgperson'
> nor the attribute 'mail' existed in my slapd.oc.conf or slapd.at.conf,
> respectively. I added them but still no dice.
> I do apologise for this newbie question but I'm unable to find why this
> doesn't work anywhere else, nor have I been able to find reference on the
> 'net how to set up a simple database and make it work!
> I've been to the faq-o-matic on openldap.org, searched dozens of newsgroups
> and the done the whole web search thing. Everyone seems to assume that you
> know how to set it up. :-)