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Re: Customizing installation
>>I tried to customize the directories where openldap finds it's conf files, etc
>>but had no luck.
>>I ran configure like so:
>>Then I ran make all; make install.
>>The install went fine but when I start slapd it still looks for config files
>>in $PREFIX/etc/openldap/etc instead of /opt/openldap/etc. I can fix that by
>>running slapd with the appropriate command line option but this also causes
>>havoc for the client programs because they can't find slapd.conf for things
>>like the base dn.
>You can use --without-subdir to disable the "openldap" subdirectory.
>As far as you sysconfdir path not getting set correctly, I'd check your
>configure input carefully (and config.status to verify the @sysconfdir@
>is being set appropriately).
Check config.status. Here's what I've got:
I don't know much about autoconf but it looks like it's doing the right thing.
Does slapd have a command line option to print out it's default paths?
Where else can I look to try and determine where the problem is occuring?