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Re: What is ldap.h?
ldap.h is a part of OpenLDAP, and is the 'main' header file. You're
supposed to have it (It's a part of openldap as I said). I don't know
FreeBSD's packaging system, but if it was RedHat (or some other RPMed
distro)- you could install only the ldap libraries & binaries from
'libldap2' package, and if you wanted to compile ldap-related stuff, you
had to install 'libldap2-devel', which installs the headers, among other
Anyway if you'll compile the source-tarball by yourself, you'll get the
headers installed for sure.
On Fri, 2002-08-02 at 23:12, Soheil Shaghaghi wrote:
> Thanks everyone for your help.
> First of all, I am running FreeBSD.
> I am trying to install nss_ldap, and pam_ldap, which keeps complaining about
> LDAP files.
> I installed LDAP on the server.
> Second, I finally got passed that error telling me that ldap.h was not
> found, using the following command:
> env CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include ./configure
> Now, it gives me another error:
> checking for gethostbyname... yes
> checking for nsdispatch... no
> checking for pthread_atfork... no
> checking for dlopen in -ldl... no
> checking for main in -ldb... no
> checking for main in -llber... no
> checking for main in -lldap... no
> checking for main in -lldap50... no
> checking for main in -lldapssl41... no
> checking for main in -lldapssl40... no
> checking for main in -lldap41... no
> checking for main in -lldap40... no
> checking for main in -lldapssl30... no
> configure: error: could not locate a valid LDAP library
> I really appreciate all your help guys :)