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From Drew Tomlinson <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_auth_ldap
Date Fri, 03 Oct 2008 20:29:09 GMT
Sheryl wrote:
>>> Are you aware that there is no such module in 2.2.x?  Most of the auth
>>> modules were renamed.  You probably want to load mod_ldap and
>>> mod_authnz_ldap.
>> No I was not aware.  Thank you.  However I am still out of luck as there
>> is no module with "*ldap*" in the name.  :(
> Did you add the flags
> --enable-ldap --enable-authnz-ldap --with-ldap
> to your configure?  Something that is poorly documented is that
> apr/apr-util can require flags that apache itself doesn't.
> You might need the following if the configure process can't find ldap.
>   --with-ldap-include=path  path to ldap include files with trailing slash
>   --with-ldap-lib=path    path to ldap lib file
>   --with-ldap=library     ldap library to use
> Also, check the output to see if configure is finding your ldap libraries.
>  To get back basics even more, you need to be sure that you have the ldap
> headers and libraries installed.  On linux RPM systems, there's usually an
> ldap-devel package you have to install in addition to ldap so you can
> compile programs to use the libraries.
> Good luck,
> Sheryl

Thanks for your reply.  In my post above where I said I was still out of 
luck as the ldap modules didn't exist, I was referring to a package I 
installed from SunFreeware.  I have since removed the package and 
"rolled my own". Everything is working fine.



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