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Re: Debian slapd.conf

no, very unlikely on the server side. /etc/ldap.secret is typically required
by clients if they need to alter something in the ldap server as the ldap

On the server side the debian "rootdn" has its password assigned in the DIT
itself using the userPassword attribute like any other user. To change it you
have to use ldappasswd or similar.

happy hacking

Udo Rader

BestSolution.at GmbH

On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 08:49:52 +0200, Ottavio Campana wrote
> Edward De Jongh wrote:
> > What and or where do I find the actual password?
> /etc/ldap.secret
> -- 
> Non c'è più forza nella normalità, c'è solo monotonia.

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