It's so easy to use a single slap.conf text file, edit thorugh vi, then
restart. Rsyncing include parts of slapd.conf between servers. Don't need an
ldap browser to see it, can add comments easily. All my colleagues are still
working with.I would change my opinion if there was a maintained official
web interface to administrate the server.
You shoud put a doodle to ask openldap admins.
Are you using slapd.d
Are you using sasl
Are you using kerberos
Are you using multi-master mode
May be you will be surprised, may be me..
PS: anyway, I would like to thank the developers for their good job. Don't
take my opinons as regrets of using OpenLDAP. I am stil an happy OpenLDAP
user since 2001
2011/4/20 Jose Ildefonso Camargo Tolosa <ildefonso.camargo(a)gmail.com>
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 10:53 AM, Quanah Gibson-Mount
> --On Wednesday, April 20, 2011 6:51 PM +0900 "D. R. Paudel"
> <rajme690(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I tried to install openLDAP in my debian 6.0.1 Squeeze but I got problem
>> as there is no slapd.conf inside /etc/ldap/ directory. Is there any easy
>> process for installation and configuration for beginners.
> Modern OpenLDAP does not use slapd.conf. Please read the OpenLDAP Admin
Quanah: actually, documentation is not yet complete for cn=config, I
had to actually convert my slapd.conf to cn=config using slaptest in
order to find out how to do the same I had on slapd.conf on cn=config.
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Sr. Member of Technical Staff
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