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RE: Configure options for portable install
My thanks to Matthew and Aaron.
I only needed to modify my configurations and use a startup script. The
folder pathnames in the binaries threw me off earlier, but they don't
seem to affect anything. slapd's up and working now.
From: Aaron Richton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, July 03, 2006 10:09 AM
To: Peter DSouza
Subject: Re: Configure options for portable install
strings -a on a stripped slapd shows only a few paths so far as I can
default location of slapd.d, overridable with "-F"
default location of slapd.conf, overridable with "-f"
default location of "ldapi" socket, overridable with "-h"
default location of openldap-data directory, overridable with
It seems to me that all of them are easily overcome--the only default I
stick with is the location of slapd.conf. Surely you'd be better off
carefully writing your init script and/or slapd configuration than
to modify the slapd defaults?
On Mon, 3 Jul 2006, Peter DSouza wrote:
> By default, the configure->make->make install steps create a
> distribution with the absolute prefix path (specified by -prefix)
> into many of the binaries. Is there a way to configure the software
> that the generated openldap system can be easily copied to and run on
> another machine (after modifying the conf files), without needing to
> the same series of steps again? The location where this distribution
> could be copied to would vary from machine to machine.