On Wed, 2008-04-16 at 11:44 +1000, Da Rock wrote:
> I sent this to ports but then reconsidered this- I thought ports was for
> ports errors, but a quick look back and it mostly seems to be just for
> testing. Anyway, I hope I rectified this sufficiently...
> I'm trying to install OpenLDAP as a server to "attempt" to try it out
> for our network. The problem is the openldap client is already installed
> for other apps as php, apache, asterisk, etc. So my question is: is it
> possible to uninstall the client? Will the server include the client
> required for these other apps?
> And while I'm here... I tried installing the odbc backend, but it
> conflicts with other apps as well. How can I have both the libiodbc and
> unixodbc at the same time for openldap server (requires libiodbc), php5,
> etc?
> Cheers

For reference, my fears were unfounded- the ports guys did help me out,
it is in their jurisdiction.

Secondly, when installing the server the client options need to match.
Plus the versions need to match. I had 2.3.38 client, the server was
2.3.40. Plus I had just the client, the server I was installing had sasl
support so it was installing sasl-ldap client.

In the process of my investigations and experiments I think I managed to
stuff some of my installed ports, but I will cross that bridge when I
get to it...

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