On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 07:39:50PM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I am trying for the first time to configure LDAP server/client.
> I came across
> That has provided some step by step procedure to confgure
> it. However, I have downloaded and extracted all of the packages but
> database. For your information, I have downloaded and extracted it
> too from the Oracle website, but it needs to be configured further
> before I configure LDAP. There is some "sleepycat" that I had
> downloaded from the Oracle site. but due to lack to database
> knowledge I am not able to further configure it.
> Could anyone help me with the readymade steps to configure the LDAP ?
There's really no need to build it from scratch.
Perhaps you would benefit from using the OpenLDAP packages built for
RHEL? Take a look at the openldap and openldap-servers packages.
For that matter, you could also look into 389 Directory Server
(http://directory.fedoraproject.org/), which is also available to
Jonathan Billings <email@example.com>
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