2010/2/17 Francis Swasey <Frank.Swasey(a)uvm.edu>:
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I am attempting to set up OpenLDAP 2.4 on an RHEL5 system. I have applied patches that
the OpenLDAP binaries to append 2.4 to the name, so it can co-exist with the standard
rpms without causing issues.
However, one unexpected side effect is that I don't know what it is now using as the
the conf file in /usr/lib/sasl2. In reading the SASL section of the Admin Guide, I was
directed to read the cyrus sasl sysadmin.html which tells me to "Check your
documentation for specifics". Sadly, I can't find the specifics about how
OpenLDAP is setting
the SASL configuration file name in OpenLDAP's documentation. Which of the fine
documents do I
need to read?
if it helps, we provide some OpenLDAP 2.4 RPMS for RHEL 5 here:
OpenLDAP 2.4 is installed in /usr/local to prevent conflicts with
RHEL5 OpenLDAP version.