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Re: SSL/TLS testing
>Use slapadd. Again, RTFM. Everything you've asked in the past week or
so has been documented in the manpages and the Admin Guide. Read and learn.
OK, it's work, i have a fonctionnal slapd.d/cn=config folder, but i
don't understand why i can't access to openldap with
cn=admin,dc=parisgeo,dc=cnrs,dc=fr and good password generated by
My slapd.conf before conversion contain the SSHA password generated by
slappasswd for rootDn :
I try this : root@xxxxx:/usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.d# ldapsearch
-D cn=admin,dc=parisgeo,dc=cnrs,dc=fr -W -x 'userName=*'
Enter LDAP Password: ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
Perhaps i can try to redefine the rootdn, because it disapear with
Do you have an idea about this ?
Yes right, @rey rtfm, and ask your question again, if you're sure your
point is not in the OpenLDAP manual.
But i'm sure you will find your answer there.
>Please trim irrelevant text from your emails. Please update your
Subject line to something relevant to the actual discussion topic.
@Howard, please say that to the guy who ask questions, and not me^^
Raffael Sahli wrote:
On 14.12.2011 16:54, rey sebastien wrote:
Le 13/12/2011 16:48, Raffael Sahli a Ãcrit :
It's not easy to start with zero configuration with cn=config new
openldap administration ..
I create my bd.ldif based on the slapd.ldif example in the
But how can i insert this ldif with
ldapadd -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// -f myldiffile.ldif
if i cannot run slapd without configuration ?
How do you start a fresh install of openldap in this case? there is an
option to run slapd without zero configuration?
Thanks a lot,
Use slapadd. Again, RTFM. Everything you've asked in the past week or so
has been documented in the manpages and the Admin Guide. Read and learn.