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> Which OS? You'll have to adjust your library path, but the
> way to do that
> is OS-dependent ....
I'm using linux, and I've written a run-configure script that looks like:
./configure --prefix=/n/mojo/pkgs/OPENldap/i686linux/openldap-2.1.22 \
In the middle of this e-mail, I got an epiphany, and compiled cyrus with no options, using all the defaults for configure, and now it does find it and openldap installed correctly, thanks for the help
> On Tue, 14 Oct 2003, Gary Every wrote:
> > I'm attempting to access a new Exchange 2K server running
> ldap for extracting information about my company's employees.
> Exchange 5.5 allowed anonymous ldap connections, so the
> command was simply
> > ldapsearch -h ldapserver uid=xxxxxxx
> > However, security has been tightened in Exchange 2K and
> anonymous users are no longer permitted. I downloaded the
> most recent stable version of openldap (2.1.22) and tried
> compiling with the --with-cyrus-sasl flag so that I could use
> the -X flag on the ldapsearch command.
> > The configure command comes back stating "Could not locate
> Cyrus SaSL".
> > I tried using --with-cyrus-sasl=/path/to/cyrus, but it
> complained that it was not a proper option..
> > Any clue to this? TIA
> > Gary Every
> > Sr. UNIX Administrator
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