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Re: last login time
After further research seems it installed dir
instead of updating /etc/openldap.
I also see it has not installed cn=config dir.
On Nov 15, 2012, at 4:53 PM, Jignesh Patel wrote:
> Thanks for the information.
> As you said it seems from the openladp site I successfully downloaded and install it.
> However not sure where it is getting installed as I still see following result.
> @(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.4.23 (Aug 8 2012 16:29:21) $
> It seems /etc/openldap dir is not getting updated.
> On Nov 15, 2012, at 4:03 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>> --On Thursday, November 15, 2012 3:50 PM -0500 Jignesh Patel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> My comment inline.
>>>> e) If you feel you require having actual support, I would advise you
>>>> have a support contract with Symas (http://www.symas.com), and use their
>>>> builds of OpenLDAP.
>>> Please give me rough idea for pricing for support? And does that mean we
>>> to download a version for Symas? Shouldn't there be open sourced version
>>> Redhat from openLDAP community?
>> Please learn how to properly comment inline, what you did made it extremely difficult to find what you were asking.
>> a) I don't work for Symas, so I can't say what their support pricing would be. You would need to contact them, which is why I provided you the link to their website.
>> b) Yes, you would use a build of OpenLDAP provided by Symas, since that is what they are supporting.
>> c) The OpenLDAP foundation does not provide builds of OpenLDAP for any operating system. It provides the source. In general, there is nothing "special" about the generated binaries that tie them to a particular OS, so the concept of a "supported RedHat" build is nonsensical.
>> Hope that helps,
>> Quanah Gibson-Mount
>> Sr. Member of Technical Staff
>> Zimbra, Inc
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