--On Thursday, January 6, 2022 8:22 PM +0000 "Stampfl, Burt"
Hi, I'm new to OpenLDAP.
Pulled down the current 2.6 release to a Debian target and am having
trouble figuring out how to build the backend modules for dynamic use.
What I did:
1. Downloaded openldap-2.6.0.tgz and extracted the source on my Debian
2. configured the 'build' via (output indicated it was successful) :
./configure --enable-sql=no --enable-wt=no --enable-spasswd=yes
--enable-passwd=yes --enable-perl=yes --enable-crypt=yes
--enable-ldap=yes --enable-slapd=yes --enable-ppolicy=yes
--enable-otp=yes --enable-auditlog=yes --enable-modules=yes
Did you take the time to read the output of ./configure --help?
If you do, it clearly shows that the options for backends and overlays
no: -> don't build
yes: -> build statically
mod: -> build dynamic module
--enable-ppolicy Password Policy overlay no|yes|mod [no]
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