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> Check out this patch.
Thanks for the info on this patch for web500gw! I tried it and it works.
I just had to specify some additional libraries in the Makefile
(sasl, ssl, crypto). We're on AIX.
It's up and running, I have to learn all about the configuration
now. I copied over what I could and have to figure out the rest.
I think there is a need for this software. I've searched and
haven't found a good replacement written in C. I do hope someone
picks it up and maintains it.
Colorado State University
> If you want to do the port.
> Check out this patch.
> Maybe someone could start a new project to maintain the source, looks
> like the current beta has been out for about 4 years now.
> PS. I started looking into getting it to compile ( I haven't tried the
> patch ). I did not see the patch remove accesses to the members LDAP
> structure. AFAIK, stuff like ld->ld_error was allowed in RFC1823 but
> not in the current draft that OpenLDAP 2.x follows. So ld->ld_error has
> to be replaced by the return param of ldap_err2string(), etc. I could
> not find a similar function for ld->ld_match . Also ldap_set_option()
> has to be used instead of assigning ld->ld_sizelimit. The RFC they use
> is at ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc1823.txt and the draft that OpenLDAP
> uses is at
> Between the patch, and these small changes, I think web500gw would work
> with the current OpenLDAP 2.x.
> PS2. You probably should upgrade your OpenLDAP
> Redhat has updated RPMs on their FTP site.
> Jackie Hunt wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > We are running web500gw with a Univ of Mich LDAP server. We're
> > finally moving on to OpenLDAP 2.0.11, but we'd like to keep web500gw
> > running. It has some nice features we'd hate to lose.
> > I've tried compiling it and run into incomplete struct errors.
> > I realize web500gw probably wasn't written to work with LDAP 2.0.11.
> > But I'm still wondering if anyone has it running with OpenLDAP and
> > if so, what version of ldap? Also, I'd be interested in hearing what
> > ldap-to-http gateways you are using and how well they run.
> > Thanks much for any info!
> > Jackie Hunt
> > ACNS Voice: (970) 663-3789
> > Colorado State University FAX: (970) 491-1958
> > Fort Collins, CO 80523 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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