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Re: Openldap 2.4.48-1 vs my company's pki

Correct, openssl s_client works, as does the older build of ldapsearch.  I
can't find any .ldaprc nor ldap.conf files on my system.

Unfortunately I've only set up my system for end user purposes. Building
from source will be a challenge. Any guidance (a link is fine) on what
packages to install to set that up? And do I need to worry about the
.cygport and patch files in the source distribution or will configure pick
them up?


On Mon, Aug 5, 2019, 15:25 Quanah Gibson-Mount <> wrote:

> --On Monday, August 05, 2019 9:22 AM -0400 David Goldberg
> <> wrote:
> > Sorry, was away from work over the weekend. I just tested with openssl
> > s_client and it works just fine.  Version is 1.1.1.  there is no self
> > signed certificate. It's signed with the company pki rather than
> > commercial and I've properly installed that chain. The problem send to be
> > with the new build, at least the weird ldd output leads me to that
> > conclusion. I'll try to find some time to build from source and see if it
> Do you mean you connected to the ldap server using OpenSSL s_client to
> confirm that works?  If that works and the ldapsearch (or other ldap
> client) binary does not, then you likely have a global /etc/ldap.conf (or
> whereever this build looks for it) or a ~/.ldaprc file that defines the
> path or file to find the CA certificate that would need updating.
> Regards,
> Quanah
> --
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Product Architect
> Symas Corporation
> Packaged, certified, and supported LDAP solutions powered by OpenLDAP:
> <>

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