I did but against openssl I downloaded from sunfreeware.com
in either case, openssl is required to run SSL/TLS. I don't think
openssl is used for cryptography of passwords.
Michael Ströder wrote:
Marius Paulauskas wrote:
> I did further testing and found out the following.
> passord change using ldappasswd works if password-hash is set to
> CLEARTEXT, SHA and MD5. It doesn't work if it is set to SSHA, SMD5 and
> CRYPT or, in other words, non of the "salted" algorithms.
> Interestingly, I took it further and compiled openldap myself and result
> is exactly the same. I wonder if that is problem with some ciphering
> libraries specific to Solaris.
Did you build OpenLDAP with OpenSSL?
> What is an ITS that you suggest to file and where to file it?
It's a ticket for an issue. See issue tracker here: