Cool, I added that line an now I get a little further to here, but I get the failed to read entry any ideas?
Jimmy Hayes wrote:
>Hello I installed openldap 2.2.17 on my linux 8 box and I am having some
>problems accessing the ldap server from a utility.
>I can do searches and modify data with the ldapsearch and ldapadd no
>problems. However I am trying to use a utility called ldap/browser
>editor v2.8.1 and I can't connect to the server. The utility requires
>the host://which I put the server name, it also requires Base DN which I
>type dc=domain,dc=com which is what I have on my
>/usr/local/etc/openldap/ldap.conf with a line that reads
>BASE dc=domain, dc=com.
>i think it should work but for some reason it fails. Is there anything
>else that I need to configure on the server? Or did I misconfigure some
>of the above?
>Thanks any help is appreciated.
turn on verbose logging on slapd and see what happens. A common reason
(but I don't know about your) client is that LDAPv2 bind is disabled by
default, but many clients still use it. Try adding "allow bind_v2" in
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