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Re: Binary vs. Shared Objects

On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, Jason Gerfen wrote:


My question is regarding the two api calls listed above. I have made two items, one is a regular search program designed to filter out everything except fields I need. and the other is a shared object, or pam module.

The application called from ./search works fine, initializes, binds, searches and retrives values. I attempt the same thing in a shared object compiled with the -lpam option and the ldap_simple_bind() & ldap_simple_bind_s() api calls fail everytime.

For a ldap_simple_bind() calls I do the following:

if( ldap_simple_bind( ld, "username", "password" ) != 0 ) {
_log_err( LOG_WARN, "Bind successful" );

For a ldap_simple_bind_s() call I do the following:

if( ldap_simple_bind_s( ld, "username", "password" ) == LDAP_SUCCESS ) {
_log_err( LOG_WARN, "Bind successful" );

In both cases if I compile it as a shared object with the following compile commands it fails:

gcc -fPIC -o pam_ldap.o -c pam_ldap.c
ld -x --shared -o pam_ldap.so -lpam -lldap

Any help, pointers etc. is appreciated as I have scoured the ldap man pages and found nothing on this, as well as the SDK pages from netscape.

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