I don't know what it has to do for creating slapd.d/cn=config dir and compilation. It has created schema dir so i assume it should create slapd.d/cn=config dir, something came as default in core installation of Redhat.
My compilation is good as make test was successful.
On Nov 15, 2012, at 5:07 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Thursday, November 15, 2012 5:05 PM -0500 Jignesh Patel email@example.com wrote:
After further research seems it installed dir /usr/local/etc/openldap instead of updating /etc/openldap.
I also see it has not installed cn=config dir.
Why would it install a cn=config dir? I would suggest you try and gain some basic concept of software compilation if you are going to do that.
Installling into /usr/local is most likely exactly what you want, as well. Simply switch the "slapd" you are using to be the one in /usr/local.
You can continue to use your existing config, as noted previously, but passing the -F flag to the startup arguments for slapd.
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