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 Building an LDAP Server on Linux

Linux Planet continues telling us about building an LDAP server under Linux.

"slapd.conf defines three categories of information: global settings, settings pertinent to a specific backend, and settings pertinent to a specific database. This bit is important, and will save you many a headache if you get it correct now: backend and database directives can override global settings, and database directives can override backend directives. "

 (Submitted by Noel Tue Nov 4, 2003 )

  


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