On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 09:24:18AM -0400, matthew sporleder wrote: | I think this is a really good idea! What parts of openldap are you | planning on building? | | I would propose that netbsd only provide the clients and libraries. | | Supporting the server is daunting since openldap releases -often- and | needs a modern (from oracle) version of bdb to work as a real server. | (back-ldif didn't work as a real databsae when I tried it a few months | ago and back-passwd is claimed as demonstration-only -- see | slapd.backends(5) ) At a minimum, the libraries & appropriate client tools so that we use NetBSD as a client in an existing LDAP infrastructure. If supporting the server "in base" would turn out to be a maintenance nightmare then we can leave that stuff in pkgsrc for those that need it.
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