for some reason, I can't see root DSE attributes, always return "no such object". Did re-install, using the tar files openldap-stable-20000704.tgz, with same result. Strange thing with that version, is that I can't find any schema files (ex. cosine.schema), and when I use schema files from a previous install, I get " unknown directive "attributetype" outside database defenition... But that is another problem...
I will try with the "not so stable" release...
Natarajan Krishnan wrote:
Did that work ?
From: Francois Meehan [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 5:49 PM
To: openldap mailing list
Subject: Re: How can I check for these attibutes...
Good afternoon Natarajan,
Tried it, it returned no such object.
Did try: ldapsearch -b "o=Terion.com" -s base objectclass=*
supportedldapversion ( -b "o=Terion.com" which is my base object),
it returns: o=Terion.com , no signs of
the ldapversion. Also tried with -D and -W to have my root credentials,
> you need to have -b "" which means that you are doing a base search on
> root. Besides since you are doing a search for operational attributes,
> would need to mention those attributes too.
> try this.
> "ldapsearch -h devmain -b "" -s base objectclass=*
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francois Meehan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 4:41 PM
> To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: How can I check for these attibutes...
> Hi all,
> I have installed Openldap from an RPM package . I am looking for the
> following attributes: supportedLDAPVersion and SupportedSASL
> I tried ldapsearch with the -s base and objectclass=*, that won't
> what I need to know. What is the trick??
> Thanks in advance.
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