On Tuesday 29 January 2008 18:56:44 Pat Riehecky wrote:
When I started up my test slapd today I got the following message
with a bunch of normal stuff):
line 41 (moduleload smbk5pwd)
lt_dlopenext failed: (smbk5pwd) /usr/lib/ldap/smbk5pwd.so.0: only ET_DYN
and ET_EXEC can be loaded
/etc/ldap/slapd.conf: line 41: <moduleload> handler exited with 1!
What on earth does this mean? I spent some time on google to no avail.
I know it doesn't like my .so.0 but (a) what doesn't it like and (b) how
do I fix it?
Right, well, the hint is that the function complaining here is lt_dlopenext,
which most likely is a function from libtool's libltdl library. I'm guessing
that ET_DYN and ET_EXEC are types of files that libltdl is prepared to load
as a plugin, and that your smbk5pwd.so.0 doesn't qualify as one of these.
You may want to run:
/usr/lib64/openldap/smbk5pwd.so.0: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64,
version 1 (SYSV), stripped
For further information, you should probably consult the libtool docs, or the
people who provided your OpenLDAP build.