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Re: Some assistance please


you can use 'slapcan' to list all that is in you db (simple way).
Grab a tool called 'ldapbrowser' it is a Java GUI program that will
let you modify, add, delete and browse you LDAP db.  It is a nice
tool to use while you are learning.


On Fri, Jan 17, 2003 at 01:46:32PM -0500, Al Saenz wrote:
> Hello,
> Thanks for taking the time to read this and respond.
> I have Redhat 6.2 I am using the openldap that came with this OS.
> I have followed the instructions from this link.
> http://www.saas.nsw.edu.au/solutions/ldap-auth1.html
> Unfortunately it seems to be down.
> Basically my problem is this.  How exactly do I know if I have any data in
> my LDAP lookups or DB (directory).
> Sorry if I don't have the terminology down. Please read below because I have
> attempted to add my /etc/passwd file into the directory but I am having
> problems trying to pull info up.  I am trying to do this directly from the
> Openldap server.

..... Jason C. Leach

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