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if you don't have privs to write to /usr/local, you can specify a
different prefix to install in, where you do have rights (e.g. your home
directory). see the accompanying INSTALL file and also run configure
with the --help option.
also, once installed, you'll want to run with the -p <port number> option,
specifying a non-privleged port.
On Thu, 3 Feb 2000, Diefadima Dioubate wrote:
> I am new to ldap and I m not a manager of my department network but I
> need to use ldap for my research. I tried to install it in my account, I
> did several times it is not working.
> I don't have any right to copy file in usr/local/ directories.
> Can anyone tell me how to change default installation to adapt to my
> Thank you very much in advance.
> Diefadima D.
- From: Diefadima Dioubate <dioubate@IRO.UMontreal.CA>