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Re: OpenLDAP 2.1.9 on Alpha Linux
Thank you for your reply.
Alpha linux is the linux os running on a Digital AlphaServer (in this
case an AS 1000A). It is a 64-bit machine. I compiled and have running
2.1.9 on SuSE 8.0 on a Pentium arch, but it will not run on the
>>> vadim tarassov <firstname.lastname@example.org> 12/20/02 02:30am
I don't know what is alpha linux, but since you've mentioned suse I
decided to reply. Just yesterday I sucessfully did it on suse 7.3 with
openldap 2.1.9 + berkeley 4.1.24.nc + openssl-0.9.6h +
br, vadim tarassov.
Mike O'Rourke wrote:
>Has anyone succeeded in compiling, installing and running 2.1.9 on
>flavor of Alpha Linux. I have SuSE 7.1, and 2.1.9 (also with 2.1.8
>2.1.5) compiles fine, but hangs on the first test with a ber_get_next
>errno=35 (Resource temporarily unavailable) in the master.log. I have
>tried compiling with and without IPv6 (in an strace it tries IPv6
>and always switches successfully to IPv4).