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Re: OpendLDAP setup?

At 08:57 AM 10/3/00 +0800, gary wrote:
>Hi kd,
>Thanks for your advise and info...
>Right now, my problem is on how to access the LDAP server using email client's
>address book.
>I've tried using Netscape messeger and add in new directory pointing to my LDAP
>server, but
>it always prompt me the following error when I try to search something on it:
>"Failed to search 'LDAP@RH6' due to LDAP error 'No such object' (0x20)"

Did you set a search base (in the client)?

>Based on this error message, I not sure what else that i need to configure for
>my LDAP server.
>Please help to provide some advise or where can I get more related info on LDAP
>setup and configuration...
>Many thanks for help.....
>best rdgs,
>Kyle Downey wrote:
>> > -the ldif file is for what? It is the database tamplate?
>> It's a human-editable import-export format. For example, I usually load my
>> entire LDAP database after installing by using an LDIF file to import all
>> entries at once. It's like an Oracle dump format, if you're familiar with
>> that.
>> > -beside the quick quide and administrator guide, any other thing that i
>> > need to configure?
>> It depends on what you intend to do with it. Basic set-up is pretty easy for
>> OpenLDAP, but documentation is very skimpy for setting up newer, more
>> advanced functions, such as secure (SSL) connections.
>> regards,
>> kd
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