i found solution after installed openldap create a file called all_php5 (all_php4 for php4) and put this in it [/var/cpanel/easy/apache/rawopts]# pico all_php5put his code... [by michaelowen]
on 01/05/2011 – Made popular on 01/05/2011
I've installed OpenLDAP and cannot find the slapd.conf file. I have found a file called ldap.conf. There are multiple references to the slapd.conf file for configuration of OpenLDAP, but none to the ldap.conf. Does anyone know if I'm supposed to create the slapd.conf? Second part...I have no idea how to configure the slapd.conf (even if I were to have found it).
I just installed Arch for the first time on my raspberry pi. I followed the install guide for openLDAP on the wiki but noticed that a few extra steps were necessary.After:# cp /etc/openldap/DB_CONFIG.example /var/lib/openldap/openldap-data/DB_CONFIG
# chown ldap:ldap /var/lib/openldap/openldap-data/DB_CONFIGI had to run:chown ldap:ldap /etc/openldap
chown ldap:ldap /run/o
I have just installed fresh Centos 6.2 with openldap and samba with yum command. I'm having a bit of issue with finding the slapd.conf file. There is a folder for slap.d/ but no conf file in it by default. I can see folders
and ldap.conf file.
I have also checked in Fedora 15 and found same situation taht there is no slapd.conf file. So now where to start ?
I am using CentOS 6. I found a great article on how to install and configure OpenLDAP on CentOS 6, and I found some other great documentation here on how to configure LDAP to work on Apache HTTPD (I am using 2.2, which comes with CentOS 6). Unfortunately, what both articles do not necessarily specify is how to connect the two together.
I configured my openldap 2.4 in Centos . And I have Mac client for it. Now i wanted to enable SSL for secured Ldap connection. I generated self certified certificate and configured my ldap.I followed following Document http://easylinuxtutorials.blogspot.in/2013/11/installing-configuring-ope.... But in this it is centos client, but my problem is how to configure Mac client.