To achieve the same result of this:
You could simply go into FDS7.1 admin server, open directory server,
click "config (XXX acis)", right click again to edit its properties,
I think ldaplist will work only after successful "ldapclient"
initialization, ldapsearch will work as long as the ldap server allows
the data to be returned.
One irritating fact on Solaris8 is the lack of LDAP VERSION 2 client
command tools, I have to resort to performing a "dummy" SUN ONE DS5.2
install (with both server and client component) and just use the client
component while keeping the server component shutdown. Only the VERSION
2 "ldapsearch" command in $IDS5_PATH/shared/bin has the "-Z" and
options for testing TLS/SSL connection (After getting simple bind to
work, I am sure one would like to get tls:simple bind to work as it is
# cat test_native_client_tls.sh
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LDAP_ROOT/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH; export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
echo "Testing LDAP Master..."
$LDAP_ROOT/shared/bin/ldapsearch -h ldap1.example.com
-p 636 -b "" -s
base -Z -P /var/ldap/cert7.db "(objectclass=*)"
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Igor
Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2005 1:02 AM
To: General discussion list for the Fedora Directory server project.
Subject: Re: [Fedora-directory-users] getting solaris 8 to talk to FDS
--- Justin Albstmeijer <justin(a)VLAMea.nl> wrote:
My 2 cents
- test with: ldapsearch -h ldapserver.domain.nl -s
base -b ""
"objectclass=*" , to see if you can queuery the
Yea -- I can't. (there's no ldapsearch on this
machine, so I used ldaplist)
ldaplist: Object not found (Session error no available
Same error message. This is a pretty fundamental
problem, no? I mean, like you said -- the FDS needs
to be switched from ssha to crypt, etc but regardless, shouldn't
I also have iDS installed I suppose I can scp
ldapsearch from there...
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