On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 03:27:45PM -0400, matthew sporleder wrote: | I have done some testing of newly ldap-enabled NetBSD components and | found them to work pretty well. | | My environment was netbsd-current i386 hitting osx running a | hand-compiled openldap 2.4. | | A brief summary: | ldap* tools (ldapmodify -- ldapadd and friends are just modules of | modify) work perfectly with ldap and ldaps configured with | /etc/openldap/ldap.conf and ~/.ldaprc | | postfix works with ldap and ldaps. (I only tested that aliases were | queried) This is is configured in main.cf and external cf files. | | amd only seems to support ldap (no ldaps). | | | Matt | | p.s. I can probably host an internet-accessible ldap/ldaps server if | it's needed for coming up with docs, recommended schema development, | updating am-utils, etc. Reply directly to me if you're interested in | this. Matt, thanks for doing all this testing of the LDAP import; I appreciate it. cheers, Luke.
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