--- Scott Boggs <sboggs(a)trustedcs.com> wrote:
Richard Megginson <rmeggins <at> redhat.com> writes:
> You first have to find out what the subschemasubentry suffix is:
> ldapsearch -x -s base -b "" subschemasubentry
> subschemasubentry: cn=schema
> Then, you can query cn=schema:
> ldapsearch -x -s base -b "cn=schema" attributeTypes objectClasses
I must really be screwing something up, when I type:
"ldapsearch -x -s base -b "" subschemasubentry" I get the following
there are two ldapsearch'es, you know.
There's also one in /usr/bin/ldapsearch, comes with openldap-clients package.
Running /usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -b "dc=foo,dc=com" should return your tree, at
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