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Re: request for brief documentation

I know I'm a little late but I just did the same thisng and I used this guide.
There are also some you-tub videos that install and configure openldap
on CentOS.
If you use both of these, you should have not issues. If you still
have issue I will share my notes with you.

On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 10:50 AM, Chris Jacobs
<Chris.Jacobs@apollogrp.edu> wrote:
> Please read the OpenLDAP administrator's Guide. I am familiar with CentOS 6
> openldap package - it's using slapd.d directory for configuration. Note: Do
> not modify files in there by hand, use OpenLDAP's client tools (ldapmodify,
> etc).
> - chris
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> Sent: Sun Feb 19 03:44:08 2012
> Subject: request for brief documentation
> Dear team,
> This is tirumala rao, working as a system administrator in infronics systems
> ltd, and i want to configure the open ldap server in my office and i have
> choose open ldap version-2.4.29Â in the centos-6 and my problem is that i
> refered open ldap documentation but i didn't under stand "how to configure
> slapd" and i didn't find slapd.conf file in my centos-6.2
> Actually i installed the open ldap in centos by using the command
> yum install openldap*
> and the out put as i have enclosed in to attachment 1, please find the
> attachment and guide me how to configure slapd after install in centos-6.2
> And in /etc/openldap folder i found the files as in attachment 2
> Thanks for advance and Please help me how to done the issue.
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