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Re: Q: Heimdal on RedHat

--On Tuesday, April 06, 2004 4:21 PM -0400 Frank Swasey <Frank.Swasey@uvm.edu> wrote:

I have seen the mantra here so many times that one should always
compile OpenLDAP using the Heimdal libraries.  However, on a RedHat
(Fedora or otherwise) system, the MIT libraries are so entertwined in
the os (SSL, SASL) that I'm wondering if anyone has crossed this bridge
before (or are you all like me and just continuing to use the MIT
libraries to this point) to compile OpenLDAP 2.1 on a RedHat system with
the heimdal libraries and how you managed it.

I have...

I pull everything out of /usr/local, and then build openssl, heimdal, sasl, bdb, and openldap all inside of /usr/local, configuring each build to only look their for the prerequisite libraries it needs. It has worked quite well.


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