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RE: basic authentication error against ldap
- To: "Adam Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: RE: basic authentication error against ldap
- From: "Jose Correia (J)" <CorreiJ@telkom.co.za>
- Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 14:50:10 +0200
- Cc: "OpenLDAP.org" <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
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- Thread-topic: basic authentication error against ldap
Thanks for the help, before you emailed me I did some more searching
on the previous emailing lists and ended up finding that "allow bind
v2" myself. Which I duly inserted into slapd.conf and things are now
working. Thanks for the pointer still.
Anyway I was just confused whether I had to not only add that line to
slapd.conf but also rerun the ./configure with whatever option was
needed. Fortunately only the first one was needed.
From: Adam Williams [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 02 September 2002 14:44
To: Jose Correia (J)
Subject: RE: basic authentication error against ldap
>When you said, refer to the documentation, were you talking about the
>link your provided
>at the bottom? (ftp://ftp.kalamazoolinux.org/pub/pdf/ldapv3.pdf)
>I downloaded the file and couldn't find anything on how to enable
Also in man slapd.conf
>>From the bug link below
>"to enable LDAPv2 kbind in HEAD, use env ol_enable_kbind=yes
>Is this it, or does this only apply to the HEAD version, or was it a
>temporary fix at the time?
I'm not certain "kbind" is what you want.
>I did a ./configure --help and the only option I see would be:
>--enable-referrals enable LDAPv2+ Referrals (experimental) [no]
>what if I don't want Referrals (or is that an integral part of
>ldapV2)? The word "experimental" also worries me a little bit.
I'd go back and read up on referrals a bit.
>Lastly, if I run ./configure again with this option, have I got to
>include all the other options I had included in my previous
>And is there a need to rebuild the database afterwards or
>will that "stick"? :)