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Re: Problem converting slapd.conf to cn=config format

On 10/04/2012 02:52 PM, Nick Milas wrote:
On 4/10/2012 1:18 ÏÎ, Patrick Lists wrote:

Seems the Fedora one carries a ton of patches while the ltb one is

Out of curiosity, coz I am using LTB OpenLDAP RPMs on many CentOS 5/6
machines: What kind of patches are available in Fedora builds which are
not available in LTB?

LTB, as far as I know, is fully up to date, includes all overlays, TLS,
even SLAPI support, except it is using a slightly older (correctly
patched and properly running) BerkleyDB: v4.6.21.

 From openldap-ltb.spec:

./configure --enable-ldap --enable-debug --prefix=%{ldapserverdir}
--libdir=%{ldapserverdir}/%{_lib} --with-tls --with-cyrus-sasl
--enable-spasswd --enable-overlays --enable-modules --enable-slapi
--enable-meta --enable-crypt

You can find the SRPM with the 18 or so patches at:


And the changelog is at: