--On Monday, January 23, 2017 10:45 AM +0100 Meike Stone
2017-01-19 12:31 GMT+01:00 Howard Chu <hyc(a)symas.com>:
> Meike Stone wrote:
>> Write a openldap modul like pw-sha2 is not the first choice, because
>> we need to compile the openldap after each update on our own and that
>> prevents us to use the distribution packages.
> Writing an OpenLDAP module like pw-sha2 is precisely the way to write a
> small external binary to validate passwords.
> There's no need to recompile all of OpenLDAP just to update a password
If I use the binary openldap package from the distributor (*1), and I
like to use a own module,
I don't have to recompile the whole openldap, compiling the module is
(1) we think about a subscription from symas ...
Correct. Any distributor (symas included) should include a development
package that allows the ability to rebuild a module without rebuilding
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