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Re: ERROR: Internal (implementation specific) error: entry store failed
Why not build the software and make it into an rpm?
What happens when you want to use something that redhat doesn't
distribute at all? They're probably just giving you any old version
of openldap to include the client utilities and ldap libs (for pam,
nsswitch, etc), and not actually expecting you to use the included
server. Relying on an operating system vendor for your server
software would be silly, especially when that vendor recently started
selling a commercial solution. (formerly known as netscape's iplanet)
On 10/17/05, Tony Earnshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> må den 17.10.2005 Klokka 23:47 (+0200) skreiv Michael Ströder:
> > email@example.com wrote:
> > > I have configure OpenLDAP 2.2.13 over fedora core 1.
> > This is a very old release. You SHOULD upgrade to at least 2.2.29.
> Here RHAS3/4.
> People want to play safe and only install the vendor's utility versions.
> Until such time that Red Hat learns to play ball with *all* its
> utilities (its very good in most cases, only not with OL and certain
> others) you'll have to accept this. One has the choice of basing the
> whole system on rpms, come what may - and mostly the right decision - or
> taking a completely different approach by installing raw source (which
> I've done for many years, until recently).
> I now try to keep exclusively to rpms; about 1/3 of the specs I write
> myself, the others I take from 3rd parties. Buchan Milne states that his
> Mandriva OL 2.2 and 2.3 rpm spec files also work for Red Hat, but
> they're so complicated and Mandriva-oriented, that I haven't been able
> to get them to work yet on RHAS4. In fact, OL (I'm using 2.3.11) is just
> about the only remaining utility that I can't install using rpms.
> Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org