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 # $OpenLDAP: pkg/openldap-guide/admin/install.sdf,v 1.37 2006/01/03 22:12:03 kurt Exp $  # $OpenLDAP: pkg/openldap-guide/admin/install.sdf,v 1.38.2.9 2010/04/13 20:22:33 kurt Exp $
 # Copyright 1999-2006 The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.  # Copyright 1999-2011 The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.
 # COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT.  # COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT.
   
 H1: Building and Installing OpenLDAP Software  H1: Building and Installing OpenLDAP Software
   
 This chapter details how to build and install the {{ORG:OpenLDAP}}  This chapter details how to build and install the {{PRD:OpenLDAP}}
 Software package including {{slapd}}(8), the stand-alone LDAP daemon  Software package including {{slapd}}(8), the Standalone {{TERM:LDAP}}
 and {{slurpd}}(8), the stand-alone update replication daemon.  Daemon.  Building and installing OpenLDAP Software requires several
 Building and installing OpenLDAP Software requires several steps:  steps: installing prerequisite software, configuring OpenLDAP
 installing prerequisite software, configuring OpenLDAP Software  Software itself, making, and finally installing.  The following
 itself, making, and finally installing.  The following sections  sections describe this process in detail.
 describe this process in detail.  
   
   
 H2: Obtaining and Extracting the Software  H2: Obtaining and Extracting the Software
Line 22  directly from the project's {{TERM:FTP}} Line 21  directly from the project's {{TERM:FTP}}
   
 The project makes available two series of packages for {{general  The project makes available two series of packages for {{general
 use}}.  The project makes {{releases}} as new features and bug fixes  use}}.  The project makes {{releases}} as new features and bug fixes
 come available.  Though the project takes steps to improve stablity  come available.  Though the project takes steps to improve stability
 of these releases, it is common for problems to arise only after  of these releases, it is common for problems to arise only after
 {{release}}.  The {{stable}} release is the latest {{release}} which  {{release}}.  The {{stable}} release is the latest {{release}} which
 has demonstrated stability through general use.  has demonstrated stability through general use.
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 H3: {{TERM[expand]TLS}}  H3: {{TERM[expand]TLS}}
   
 OpenLDAP clients and servers require installation of {{PRD:OpenSSL}}  OpenLDAP clients and servers require installation of either {{PRD:OpenSSL}}
   or {{PRD:GnuTLS}}
 {{TERM:TLS}} libraries to provide {{TERM[expand]TLS}} services.  Though  {{TERM:TLS}} libraries to provide {{TERM[expand]TLS}} services.  Though
 some operating systems may provide these libraries as part of the  some operating systems may provide these libraries as part of the
 base system or as an optional software component, OpenSSL often  base system or as an optional software component, OpenSSL and GnuTLS often
 requires separate installation.  require separate installation.
   
 OpenSSL is available from {{URL: http://www.openssl.org/}}.  OpenSSL is available from {{URL: http://www.openssl.org/}}.
   GnuTLS is available from {{URL: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/}}.
   
 OpenLDAP Software will not be fully LDAPv3 compliant unless OpenLDAP's  OpenLDAP Software will not be fully LDAPv3 compliant unless OpenLDAP's
 {{EX:configure}} detects a usable OpenSSL installation.  {{EX:configure}} detects a usable TLS library.
   
   
 H3: Kerberos Authentication Services  
   
 OpenLDAP clients and servers support Kerberos-based authentication  
 services.  
 In particular, OpenLDAP supports the {{TERM:SASL}}/{{TERM:GSSAPI}}  
 authentication mechanism using either {{PRD:Heimdal}} or  
 {{PRD:MIT Kerberos}} V packages.  
 If you desire to use Kerberos-based SASL/GSSAPI authentication,  
 you should install either Heimdal or MIT Kerberos V.  
   
 Heimdal Kerberos is available from {{URL:http://www.pdc.kth.se/heimdal/}}.  
 MIT Kerberos is available from {{URL:http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/www/}}.  
   
 Use of strong authentication services, such as those provided by  
 Kerberos, is highly recommended.  
   
   
 H3: {{TERM[expand]SASL}}  H3: {{TERM[expand]SASL}}
   
 OpenLDAP clients and servers require installation of {{PRD:Cyrus}}'s  OpenLDAP clients and servers require installation of {{PRD:Cyrus SASL}} 
 {{PRD:SASL}} libraries to provide {{TERM[expand]SASL}} services.  Though  libraries to provide {{TERM[expand]SASL}} services.  Though
 some operating systems may provide this library as part of the  some operating systems may provide this library as part of the
 base system or as an optional software component, Cyrus SASL  base system or as an optional software component, Cyrus SASL
 often requires separate installation.  often requires separate installation.
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 configure detects a usable Cyrus SASL installation.  configure detects a usable Cyrus SASL installation.
   
   
   H3: {{TERM[expand]Kerberos}}
   
   OpenLDAP clients and servers support {{TERM:Kerberos}} authentication
   services.  In particular, OpenLDAP supports the Kerberos V
   {{TERM:GSS-API}} {{TERM:SASL}} authentication mechanism known as
   the {{TERM:GSSAPI}} mechanism.  This feature requires, in addition to
   Cyrus SASL libraries, either {{PRD:Heimdal}} or {{PRD:MIT Kerberos}}
   V libraries.
   
   Heimdal Kerberos is available from {{URL:http://www.pdc.kth.se/heimdal/}}.
   MIT Kerberos is available from {{URL:http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/www/}}.
   
   Use of strong authentication services, such as those provided by
   Kerberos, is highly recommended.
   
   
   
 H3: Database Software  H3: Database Software
   
 OpenLDAP's {{slapd}}(8) {{TERM:BDB}} and {{TERM:HDB}} primary database backends  OpenLDAP's {{slapd}}(8) {{TERM:BDB}} and {{TERM:HDB}} primary database backends
 require {{ORG[expand]Sleepycat}} {{PRD:Berkeley DB}}.  require {{ORG[expand]Oracle}} {{PRD:Berkeley DB}}.
 If not available at configure time, you will not be able build  If not available at configure time, you will not be able to build
 {{slapd}}(8) with these primary database backends.  {{slapd}}(8) with these primary database backends.
   
 Your operating system may provide a supported version of  Your operating system may provide a supported version of
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 software component.  If not, you'll have to obtain and  software component.  If not, you'll have to obtain and
 install it yourself.  install it yourself.
   
 {{PRD:Berkeley DB}} is available from {{ORG[expand]Sleepycat}}'s  {{PRD:Berkeley DB}} is available from {{ORG[expand]Oracle}}'s Berkeley DB
 download page {{URL: http://www.sleepycat.com/download/}}.  There  download page
 are several versions available.  Generally, the most recent release  {{URL: http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/berkeley-db/index.html}}.  
 (with published patches) is recommended.  This package is required  
   There are several versions available. Generally, the most recent
   release (with published patches) is recommended. This package is required
 if you wish to use the {{TERM:BDB}} or {{TERM:HDB}} database backends.  if you wish to use the {{TERM:BDB}} or {{TERM:HDB}} database backends.
   
   Note: Please see {{SECT:Recommended OpenLDAP Software Dependency Versions}} for
   more information.
   
   
 H3: Threads  H3: Threads
   
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 >       make  >       make
   
 You should examine the output of this command carefully to make sure  You should examine the output of this command carefully to make sure
 everything is built correctly. Note that this command builds the LDAP  everything is built correctly.  Note that this command builds the LDAP
 libraries and associated clients as well as {{slapd}}(8) and {{slurpd}}(8).  libraries and associated clients as well as {{slapd}}(8).
   
   
 H2: Testing the Software  H2: Testing the Software

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