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RE: Re[2]:

sheesh, gary . . .  now i feel guilty!  8-)  and all the sarcastic comments
were really starting to brighten my day!

but on to the problem at hand . . .

have you "included" a netscape DS objectclass file in your slapd.conf?  i
checked my ns-mcd-li-schema.conf file (which i've never touched before) and
i don't see any "##" lines. . .  what about commenting out that include line
in your slapd.conf and seeing if it runs?


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris [mailto:Chris@mcg-graphics.com]
Sent: Friday, November 19, 1999 10:53 AM
To: Gary Williams
Cc: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
Subject: Re[2]:

Hello Gary,

Friday, November 19, 1999, 3:39:55 PM, you wrote:

GW> Chris,

GW> I realize you've gotten a lot of grief over this, and
GW> rightfully so.  Please don't let that scare you off,
GW> though.  The people that read this list are more than
GW> eager to help if you provide the right information:

GW> operating system

Linux RedHat 5.1

GW> OpenLDAP version


GW> error messages


GW> debug output (run with -d 65535 for most output)

i got

/usr/local/etc/openldap/ns-mcd-li-schema.conf: line 55: expecting "requires"
or "allows" got "##"
<oc clause> ::= objectclass <ocname>
                [ requires <attrlist> ]
                [ allows <attrlist> ]

Best regards,
Internet Developer         Chris@mcg-graphics.com
MCG Graphics               http://www.mcg-graphics.com

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