ldapi:/// is a unix socket connection, it shouldn't have a "name" or IP
component. It can optionally take a path component, but usually should
just be left blank.

Could you please attach your /etc/ldap.conf and /etc/ldap/ldap.conf?

Is your ldap server on localhost, or remote on another machine (in which
case ldapi:/// makes no sense).

In the meantime I'll start with two scenarios:
a) ldapi and slapd server on localhost
b) ldap and slapd server on another machine

I'm going to use 17.10, since 17.04 and 16.10 are end of life and I'm
having difficulties with creating a VM for them with MAAS (which is my
test environment).

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  Login prompt never presented with ldap login and ldapi set with a
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