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RE: slapd on NT
We at Symas Corp have done substantial work on the NT port, using both VC++
6.0 and MingW32, but we've been using gdbm, not Berkeley DB. There is a
document on the OpenLDAP FAQ-O-Matic about how to configure and build on
Mingw32. If you have any specific questions, let me know. In general there's
nothing to edit or configure for the VC++ build. Also, in general, it's a
lot easier to deal with the whole system if you install cygwin to get the
Unix-like command environment.
-- Howard Chu
Chief Architect, Symas Corp. Director, Highland Sun
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> [mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of
> Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 11:03 PM
> To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: slapd on NT
> A question for any NT people out there. I've installed OpenLDAP
> 2.0 on NT along with version 2.7.7 of Sleepycat Software's
> Berkeley DB and built it using Visual C++ 6.0 I'm new to LDAP so
> I'm struggling with the configuration and generally just testing
> my installation as all test scripts and document is very Unix oriented.
> Can someone tell me, what needs to be configured *before*
> building the source? I don't have an ldapconfig.h.edit although
> I have modified ldap_config.nt. When slapd is running which
> files does it use to pick up its configuration settings and are
> these settings statically linked or runtime settings? I though
> it slapd.conf, but while it does look in this file it seems to
> getting environment settings from somewhere other than the
> environment or other config files. I got around this temporarily
> by hardcoding in the path for the slapd.at.conf and
> slapd.ac.conf files but I'm worried that my settings in general
> are not correct.
> Also, if there are any of you who have had to use slapd on NT
> are you using the same version as myself? I've no ldif2ldbm
> program, all the test scripts are for Unix, and in general I'm
> having no luck getting anything in the DB.
> Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated!