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From Panagiotis Malakoudis <p...@space.gr>
Subject Re: Solved (I think): No quite yet :-(
Date Mon, 13 May 2002 18:09:24 GMT
Well I managed to update the configure script but the compilation fails...
My configure option was a simple ./configure --enable-so --enable-auth-ldap
Any ideas?


Panagiotis Malakoudis wrote:

> I don't know if this is the correct procedure but I tryied the 
> following and it seems to work.
> I created under the modules folder the following tree:
>
> /httpd-ldap/ldap-aaa
>
> and in there I placed the following files found under the CVS:
> Makefile.in
> config.m4
> mod_auth_ldap.c
>
> Then I just did a buildconf and the --enable-ldap-auth appeared under 
> the ./configured --help command.
> Is this the correct procedure? Do I have to enable any more ldap 
> components apart from the openldap source?
>
>
> Panagiotis Malakoudis wrote:
>
>> I found some posts at the archives that mention the use of the CVS tree.
>> Is there any way that I could patch the original branch or do I have 
>> to download the entire CVS branch?
>>
>>
>> Panagiotis Malakoudis wrote:
>>
>>> Neebie question...
>>> Any ideas on how to enable mod_auth_ldap in apache 2.0.36?
>>> I don't see a configure option. I've also searched the archives but 
>>> it seems I'm just too stupid.
>>> I see that in 2.x you do not have to download any 3rd party modules 
>>> and I see on the website that mod_auth_ldap is there as an extension 
>>> module.
>>> I've even searched the modules folder under aaa but still I cannot 
>>> find any traces of that module.
>>> I'd appreciate any help.
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>>
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