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How can I ensure Apache HTTPD server works with OpenLDap installed on my computer?

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I have the following modules installed on my linux computer:

openldap-2.2.13-12.el4_8.2 
nss_ldap-253-7.el4 

According to the documentation Apache can work with more than one LDAP module:
https://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_authnz_ldap.html [1]

How can I ensure Apache HTTPD server works with OpenLDap installed on my computer? Where I configure it?

posted Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous

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You set that during compile time. If installed from distro package you need to check the package it self or consult the distro docs about what has been compiled inside.

answer Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous
Also nss-ldap is used for pam authentication i dont think apache can or would use that one.
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