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RE: userCertificate;binary NOT ASCII
Yep, I can confirm, I have exactly the same behaviour, which kept me busy
for a few days trying to figure out what I did wrong (if anything) until I
found that I had /usr/bin in my PATH before /usr/local/bin.
/usr/bin/ldapsearch is the Solaris(8 & 9)-shipped version, which prints
'binary=NOT ASCII', and /usr/local/bin/ldapsearch is the OpenLDAP version,
which prints the value as a whole.
I am curious why ...
From: Armin Wenz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: vrijdag 7 maart 2003 08:08
Subject: userCertificate;binary NOT ASCII
When using OL 2.0.27 I got different behaviours for
ldapmodify/ldapsearch on Linux/Solaris 2.6 and Solaris 8.
When searching for userCertificate in the first case I got
userCertificate;binary:: MIIECTCCAv<encoded data>
On the Solaris 8 machine it's
Some with ldapadd/modify
On Linux/S2.6 I can do
On Solaris 8 this is not recognized.
Same with all other binary data like CaCertificate and CRL.
Can anybody explain this?