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From Saxa Egea <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] building httpd with openldap
Date Sun, 11 May 2014 14:41:01 GMT

The problem probably is not the apache configuration.

If you want to enable ldap support to apache you have to compile apr and 
apr-util outside the apache source tree.

And enable ldap in apr (I think it's apr, not apr-util). If you don't do 
this way you will have an error compiling apache.

I guess I have a step by step guide... If you need it don't hesitate to 
contact me.


On 22/04/14 19:52, Vanhorn, Mike wrote:
> I am trying to build httpd 2.2.24 on a Solaris 10 system with OpenLDAP
> rather than Solaris' LDAP. My original configure looks like this:
> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2.2.24
> --enable-layout=Solaris-Apache2 --enable-mods-shared=all
> --with-mpm=prefork --with-ldap --enable-authnz-ldap --enable-ldap
> --with-ssl --enable-ssl --with-included-apr
> Even after I have uninstalled the LDAP package from Oracle and installed
> the OpenLDAP package (which went into /opt/csw), this still seems to be
> finding an LDAP toolkit that configure labels as "Solaris" (during the
> configure step for apr-util).
> I have tried "--with-ldap=/opt/csw", but using that causes the configure
> to fail when it tries to check for ldap. How do I tell the configure
> process to use the LDAP libraries that are in /opt/csw and ignore any
> other one(s) it finds?
> Thanks!
> ---
> Mike VanHorn
> Senior Computer Systems Administrator
> College of Engineering and Computer Science
> Wright State University
> 265 Russ Engineering Center
> 937-775-5157
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