[Samba] LDAP versus LDAPSAM
pjuels at rics.bwh.harvard.edu
Mon Feb 2 21:29:46 GMT 2004
Okay, that makes sense. So, since I'm running a SuSE 8.2 system
openldap-2-2.1.12-74 and samba-2.2.7a-72 (ldap option), I don't need to
worry about ldapsam. Does samba under this installation know to use the
ldap.conf for ldap client settings or does it need to have entries in
Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 01:59, Philip Juels wrote:
>>What exactly is the difference between ldap and ldapsam compilations?
>Are you talking about configure options?
>--with-ldapsam is just a compatability option for Samba 2.2, to make it
>possible for existing sites to easily upgrade.
>(it changes smb.conf defaults and options only). --with-ldap is the
>default, and tells us that we should try and use ldap, both for our
>passdb, and for ADS and the like.
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