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Re: W.: Newbie: can't connect and enable logging
Logging is a few choices:
I run suse 12.1 milestone 5 [there are some dependencies here...]
* Either start the slapd deamon with debugging on [-d] and a reasonable
value [-1 : is everything I think] : slapd startup is discussed in the admin
In /etc/init.d I just have a file slapd.local.debug:
/usr/lib/openldap/slapd -h "ldap:/// ldaps:///" -F /etc/openldap/slapd.d -u
ldap -g ldap -o slp=on -d -1
Which I use to start slapd in debug mode [not that I ever have to do that
*or tail -f localmessages [I think that is the default (?)]
There is a Suse Browser available in 12.1 MS 5 that will allow you to
"browse" the ldap config you have set up.... It appears to work both with
tls/ssl and with out.
My openldap is 2.4.26.
On 11/18/11 12:39 PM, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I installed OpenLdap on Debian Squeeze. When trying to connect to Openldap
> jxplorer just says: "Opening connection to ldap://192.168.1.102:389". Nothing
> more happens.
> How can I enable logging (in Openldap or jxplorer) and above all how can I
> Thank you in advance.
> - Chris