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I was in the same situation as you a couple of weeks ago, so I know a
couple of the problems you will hit.
When you run configure use the prefix option to specify where you want to
install it. eg:
This will install everything into an OpenLDAP directory in your home
When you try to start slapd, you will have problems because you require
root privledges to use port 389. So, start slapd with -p <port>, where the
port you choose is over 1000.
At 04:53 PM 2/3/00 -0500, you 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.
- From: Diefadima Dioubate <dioubate@IRO.UMontreal.CA>