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    Default An LDAP library

    Hi! Sorry to bother you with such a question but where can i find "ldap_sync.h"? I've looked everywhere: OpenLDAP package, OpenLDAP devel package, Novell CLDAP, but it's nowhere to be found. The closest thing I found was ldap_sync.c, but I can't compile it, because I am missing some libraries.
    Any ideas?

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    Default Re: An LDAP library

    From this Google hit, looks like a very recent release of openldap.

    http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/Net...an/ldap_sync.3

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    Default Re: An LDAP library

    On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 09:46:03 GMT
    Blooddrunk <Blooddrunk@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    > Hi! Sorry to bother you with such a question but where can i find
    > "ldap_sync.h"? I've looked everywhere: OpenLDAP package, OpenLDAP devel
    > package, Novell CLDAP, but it's nowhere to be found. The closest thing I
    > found was ldap_sync.c, but I can't compile it, because I am missing some
    > libraries.
    > Any ideas?
    >
    >


    From what I can find, I would consider this a small typo. ldap.h satisfies
    all of the references for ldap_sync and others.

    I checked openldap versions 2.3.43 and the latest 'unstable' 2.4.11 and
    openSUSE's 2.4.9.

    With OpenSUSE 11.0 currently using 2.4.9, so we're not too far from
    'bleeding edge' on that point.

    Replace all references to 'ldap_sync.h' to 'ldap.h'

    it's quite possible it's an unintentional hold-over from an
    earlier version, as it's not in the three most recent versions.

    #include <ldap.h>

    Loni

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