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RE: ldap + mysql

> hi guys still havent past the configure line , the most tedious package to
> simply configure ! , anyway is a mysql backend possible ? i dont
> particularly want to use berkley seems quite biased to it installed :|

There is a back-sql, since MySQL has an ODBC driver on Linux you should
be able to use it.

But see the FAQ.  An RDBMS is not really suitable as a general purpose
back-end as LDAP is not relational and it just creates headaches, plus
it won't perform as well.

Or the list archives, this has been hashed through many times,