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Help with OpenLDAP...
When installing the prerequisites to OpenLDAP (SASL, SSL, Kerberos, BDB) I run into no issues. Once I go to run the .config, and it looks for Berkeley DB support, it says that it cannot find the BDB libraries. Has anyone else that has encountered this? After a bit I can post the output of config, although right now I am chained to the window$ machine.
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- Jan 2003
- Lebanon, pa
run ./configujre --help and get the flag to where you can point it towards the lib directory. It will probably look something like this:
./configure --berkley-db /usr/lib/bdb <- only an example
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- Sep 2003
Re: Help with OpenLDAP...Originally Posted by adamdaughterson
Note the name of the BerkeleyDB install directory name from:
In my case it was:
Now in another terminal window change directory to the location where you put the OpenLDAP source files - I put mine here:
Now run the following from this location:
env CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.1/include" \ LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.1/lib" ./configure
What this does is tell the configuration program where the database application can be found. From here you should then be able to perform the "make depends".