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ok. Here are som of my experiences (and I've been in you're situation...):
1. You have done "make test" on your src and it worked?
2. Go to padl.com and download the "migration tools"
3. Untar (tar -zxvf ..) and change the "migrate_base" settings. (se for ex.
www.open-it.org) for some tips.
4. When this is done, shutdown you ldap server and do migrate_all_offline.sh
in my experience it works better than _online. Also make sure your linux
version deos not har oenldap 1.2.x installes as the migrate script will use
ldif2ldap -> eg. 2.0.7 cannot read the db.
PS: the default ldap server is not "ldap". Make sure you type localhost
test the results.
I hope this will help you a bit.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> [mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of Rich West
> Sent: 3. april 2001 22:27
> To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: LDAP
> This is going to sound kind of lame, but, alas, I am at my wit's end.
> Before I get flamed beyond belief, let me state that I (1)
> have attacked
> the HowTo's, (2) combed through the archives, and (3) hunted
> across the
> web. All, to no avail.
> I am simply trying to evaluate the possibility of using LDAP as a
> centralized password management database for UNIX (solaris/linux) and
> NT. I can't even get the darned v2.0.7 software to CREATE a database
> without it cryptically telling me that I must be insane.
> Unfortunately, the How-To's and Quick Start guide were
> written from the
> prospective of someone who knows the innards of LDAP, and, hence, tend
> to gloss over the key aspects. *sigh* What I would do for a good
> functioning sample slapd.conf file...
> Anyhow, it's compiled.. it is running. But, either off line
> or on line,
> I cannot get it to create a database.
> The embarassing part is that I feel as if I have missed
> something along
> the lines here.. something crucial. really, it can't be this hard?
> I've been plugging away at it, off an on, for over two weeks with no
> I even went so far as to (1) use, unedited, the default
> slapd.conf file,
> and (2) create an LDIF file using the sample from the quickstart:
> openldap-2.0.7/libexec#> more /tmp/newentry
> dn: dc=my-domain, dc=com
> odjectClass: organization
> o: DIVA
> dc: my-domain
> dn: cn=Postmaster, dc=my-domain, dc=com
> objectClass: organizationalRole
> cn: Postmaster
> openldap-2.0.7/libexec#> ldapadd -f /tmp/newentry -D "cn=Manager,
> dc=my-domain, dc=com" -w secret
> adding new entry "dc=my-domain, dc=com"
> ldap_add: Undefined attribute type
> additional info: attribute type undefined
> ldif_record() = 17
> Anyone have any ideas? Is there another quickstart guide out
> there that
> was written without the experienced LDAP user in mind?
> At this point, I don't know where to turn, so I apologize in
> advance if
> my questions on how to proceed sound rather basic...
> Richard West mailto:email@example.com
> Sr. Systems Administrator
> Diva - Princeton, NJ http://www.divatv.com
- From: Rich West <Rich.West@divatv.com>