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Re: Ldap bind password
Did you set a rootpw in slapd.conf? If so then it is looking for that
Let's say your rootpw (if you did set one) in your slapd.conf is 'secret'.
Then what you would do is:
ldapadd -D "cn=Manager,dc=<MY-DOMAIN>,dc=<COM" -w secret -f example.ldif
Don't forget to use slappasswd to hash your password in slapd.conf.
On Wed, 9 Apr 2003, Joaquin Henriquez Alzola (REE) wrote:
> when I run this command on ldap:
> ldapadd -D "cn=Manager,dc=<MY-DOMAIN>,dc=<COM>" -f example.ldif
> I get a Bind password prompt, when I compile and install the ldap I didn't give any password. I try every password in the system but it is not working. Does anyone know how to solve this?
- Ldap bind password
- From: "Joaquin Henriquez Alzola (REE)" <Joaquin.Henriquez-Alzola@ree.ericsson.se>