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Re: LDAP installation problem

On Mon, 7 Mar 2005, Cyril Largouet wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm a french newly user of NetBSD (and Linux systems...)
I want to create a LDAP server in my company and all help I've found on the
Internet has not permit me to succeed...
I have buyed "LDAP" edited by O'Reilly and decided to go step by step like the
book says.
But my problem is that I can't install OPENLDAP because of my version of
Database Manager (DB-4.3.27.NC). The book recommend to download the last version
of each software (openssl (http://www.openssl.org), db
(http://www.sleepycat.com/download/index.shtml), cyrus-sasl
(ftp://ftp.andrew.cmu.edu/pub/cyrus-mail/) and openldap
(http://www.openldap.org/software/download/)) and I did it.
I tried 3 different versions of Database Manager but always the same message
"Version incompatible".

Here is a guess: Your build environment is not set up properly so the desired version of BDB is not being found when you run configure.

To add the desired BDB include/lib search directories to your build
environment, try this FAQ:


This question has also been addressed on the list many times, so
you might search the archives for "BerkeleyDB version incompatible".

  Kirk Turner-Rustin       | Programmer/Analyst
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