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=LDAP and Claws Mail HOWTO based on Kubuntu (7.10)=
 
=LDAP and Claws Mail HOWTO based on Kubuntu (7.10)=
  
Exaple describes installation and configuration on Ubuntu 7.10 but should be valid for other distributions also.
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Example describes installation and configuration on Ubuntu 7.10 but should be valid for other distributions also.
 
It covers:
 
It covers:
 
* openldap installation and configuration
 
* openldap installation and configuration
 
* claws-mail configuration to use with LDAP
 
* claws-mail configuration to use with LDAP
 
==REMOVING OLD INSTALLATION==
 
==REMOVING OLD INSTALLATION==
*In case slapd is already installed, either go to point 4 or reinstall it with commands:
+
*In case slapd is already installed, either go to point [[#CONFIGURATION]] or reinstall it with commands:
 
:<pre>sudo apt-get purge slapd</pre>  
 
:<pre>sudo apt-get purge slapd</pre>  
 
:<pre>sudo rm -rf /etc/ldap</pre>  
 
:<pre>sudo rm -rf /etc/ldap</pre>  
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:<pre>sudo rm -rf /var/run/slapd</pre>  
 
:<pre>sudo rm -rf /var/run/slapd</pre>  
 
::<i>(in case your LDAP database is not yet filled)</i>
 
::<i>(in case your LDAP database is not yet filled)</i>
 +
 
==INSTALLATION==
 
==INSTALLATION==
 
*Install slapd:  
 
*Install slapd:  
 
:<pre>sudo apt-get install slapd</pre>
 
:<pre>sudo apt-get install slapd</pre>
:during installation ubuntu usually asks you for ldap admin password - use any - even empty - later we can change it anyway
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:during installation Ubuntu usually asks you for ldap admin password - use any - even empty - later we can change it anyway
  
 
==CONFIGURATION==
 
==CONFIGURATION==
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:<pre>sudo /etc/init.d/slapd stop</pre>
 
:<pre>sudo /etc/init.d/slapd stop</pre>
 
*folder for storing data:
 
*folder for storing data:
:make directory where you LDAP will store data - by default it is /var/run/slapd bud I don't recommend it for backup purposes (in case your root partition is to be reinstalled - OS crashed or whatever - then LDAP db is also vanished - my proposal is to use i.e. directory /home/ldap
+
:make directory where your LDAP will store data - by default it is /var/run/slapd but i don't recommend it for backup purposes (in case your root partition is to be reinstalled - OS crashed or whatever - then LDAP db is also vanished - my proposal is to use i.e. directory /home/ldap
 
::<pre>sudo mkdir /home/ldap</pre>
 
::<pre>sudo mkdir /home/ldap</pre>
 
:Because Ubuntu by default runs slapd daemon as user openldap (created automatically during slapd installation), then we must change the ownership of this directory:
 
:Because Ubuntu by default runs slapd daemon as user openldap (created automatically during slapd installation), then we must change the ownership of this directory:
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suffix          "dc=nodomain"
 
suffix          "dc=nodomain"
 
rootdn          "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
 
rootdn          "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
rootpw here_output_of_your_password i.e. {SSHA}QqvOMErMXSJXRfLdmoIjMHEey129M5Qt
+
rootpw {SSHA}QqvOMErMXSJXRfLdmoIjMHEey129M5Qt
 
directory      "/home/ldap"
 
directory      "/home/ldap"
 
index          objectClass eq
 
index          objectClass eq
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</pre></code>
 
</pre></code>
 
:these are default settings, not needed to be changed at this point
 
:these are default settings, not needed to be changed at this point
:if you changde /home/ldap to be owned by openldap user then it must be repeated at this point at least for this created file:
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:if you changed /home/ldap to be owned by openldap user then it must be repeated at this point at least for this created file:
::<pre>sudo chown openldap:openldap /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG</pre>  
+
::<pre>sudo chown openldap:openldap /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG</pre>
 +
 
 
==STARTING LDAP==
 
==STARTING LDAP==
 
*start ldap to see if it is working:
 
*start ldap to see if it is working:
 
:<pre>sudo /etc/init.d/slapd start</pre>  
 
:<pre>sudo /etc/init.d/slapd start</pre>  
 
:and check if working:
 
:and check if working:
:<pre>ps -ef | grep slapd  | grep -v grep</pre>
+
::<pre>ps -ef | grep slapd  | grep -v grep</pre>
 +
:if you see something like this:
 +
::<pre>openldap  8662    1  0 10:43 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap</pre>
 +
:then this means it works (ldap server)
 +
:if not just start command:
 +
::<pre>sudo slapd -d 256 </pre>
 +
:and see any errors which may occur and ... try to find out problem by yourself (use google, or contact me)
 +
==FEEDING LDAP WITH INITIAL DATA==
 +
*now, ldap is working but empty, lets configure top of it:
 +
:<pre>gedit (or kedit) /tmp/1.ldif  </pre>
 +
:and put there:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
dn: dc=nodomain
 +
objectclass: dcObject
 +
objectclass: organization
 +
o: My Computer LDAP
 +
dc: nodomain
 +
 
 +
dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
objectclass: organizationalRole
 +
cn: admin
 +
</pre></code>
 +
*now import it to ldap:
 +
:<pre>ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -W -f /tmp/1.ldif</pre>
 +
:it will ask you for your LDAP password
 +
:proper output should be:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
Enter LDAP Password:
 +
adding new entry "dc=nodomain"
 +
 
 +
adding new entry "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
 +
</pre></code>
 +
:in case of password mistake it will be:
 +
:<pre>ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)</pre>
 +
:<b>don't repeat this command</b> if successfully imported as it will fail second time saying:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
adding new entry "dc=nodomain"
 +
ldap_add: Already exists (68)
 +
</pre></code>
 +
:now we can see if imported:
 +
:<pre>sudo slapcat </pre>
 +
:proper output should be:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
dn: dc=nodomain
 +
objectClass: dcObject
 +
objectClass: organization
 +
o: My Computer LDAP
 +
dc: nodomain
 +
structuralObjectClass: organization
 +
entryUUID: 35b05380-52e0-102c-8f25-0fc5f46797d9
 +
creatorsName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
createTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
 +
entryCSN: 20080109092257Z#000000#00#000000
 +
modifiersName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
modifyTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
 +
 
 +
dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
objectClass: organizationalRole
 +
cn: admin
 +
structuralObjectClass: organizationalRole
 +
entryUUID: 35b335f0-52e0-102c-8f26-0fc5f46797d9
 +
creatorsName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
createTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
 +
entryCSN: 20080109092257Z#000001#00#000000
 +
modifiersName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
modifyTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
 +
</pre></code>
 +
:you should see 2 records (regardless if ldap is up or not - slapcat prints data from db - not using server deamon)
 +
*adding real data:
 +
:create file /tmp/2.ldif and put in there:
 +
:<pre>gedit (or kedit) /tmp/1.ldif  </pre>
 +
:and put there:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
dn: cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain
 +
cn: Zygfryd Homonto
 +
sn: Zygfryd
 +
mail: zyghom@yahoo.co.uk
 +
objectClass: top
 +
objectClass: person
 +
objectClass: organizationalPerson
 +
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
 +
</pre></code>
 +
:now import it to ldap:
 +
:<pre>ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -W -f /tmp/2.ldif</pre>
 +
:proper output should be:
 +
<code><pre>
 +
Enter LDAP Password:
 +
adding new entry "cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain"
 +
</pre></code>
 +
:check if imported:
 +
:<pre>sudo slapcat </pre>
 +
:now it should show 3 records
 +
==CONFIGURING Claws-Mail==
 +
*start claws-mail
 +
*go to Addressbook->Menu: Book->New LDAP Server and there:
 +
<pre>
 +
Name: any name, i.e. Myserver
 +
hostname: localhost
 +
Port: 389 TLS: not CHECKED
 +
SSL: not CHECKED
 +
</pre>
 +
:then press button "Check server"
 +
::<i>claws should fill the field: "Search Base" by: "dc=nodomain" by itself and in the bottom should say: "Connected successfully to server"</i>
 +
:now go to tab "Extended" and there"
 +
<pre>
 +
Bind DN: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
Bind Password: password
 +
</pre>
 +
:Then tab "Search"
 +
<pre>
 +
Search Attributes: mail, cn, givenName, sn, displayName
 +
Max Query Age: 600
 +
Include server in dynamic search: CHECKED
 +
Match names containing... CHECKED
 +
</pre>
 +
 
 +
ok, claws should be ready to cooperate with LDAP
 +
in addressbook you should see now "Myserver" under LDAP Servers
 +
go to field "Lookup name" and type i.e. homonto and press Find
 +
you should see my name there
 +
 
 +
=AUTOMATIC LDAP CREATION AND CONFIGURATION=
 +
*If you are brave enough (joke) you can use the script I prepared. It does all steps mentioned above (except reconfiguring claws-mail: <b>this one must do by himself</b>).
 +
:Just save all lines to text file, i.e:
 +
:<pre>gedit (or kedit) /tmp/ldap.sh</pre>
 +
:and make it executable:
 +
:<pre>chmod +x /tmp/ldap.sh</pre>
 +
:Then run the script:
 +
:<pre>sudo /tmp/ldap.sh</pre>
 +
:when asked for LDAP password just pres Enter - it is later changed by script to "password" (without quotes)
 +
<code><pre>
 +
#!/bin/bash
 +
datka=`date '+%Y%m%d_%H%M'`
 +
echo purging existing LDAP...
 +
cp /etc/default/slapd /etc/default/slapd_$datka
 +
cp /etc/ldap/slapd.conf  /etc/ldap/slapd.conf_$datka
 +
apt-get purge slapd
 +
mv /etc/ldap  /etc/ldap_$datka
 +
mv /var/run/slapd /var/run/slapd_$datka
 +
mv /home/ldap /home/ldap_$datka
 +
mv /etc/default/slapd /etc/default/slapd_$datka
 +
apt-get install slapd
 +
 
 +
echo stopping LDAP...
 +
/etc/init.d/slapd stop
 +
 
 +
echo preparing folder...
 +
mkdir /home/ldap
 +
chown -R openldap:openldap /home/ldap
 +
ls -la /home/ldap
 +
echo configuring slapd.conf...
 +
mv /etc/ldap/slapd.conf /etc/ldap/slapd.conf-org_$datka
 +
cat > /etc/ldap/slapd.conf << "EOF"
 +
#-------------------------------------------------------
 +
include        /etc/ldap/schema/core.schema
 +
include        /etc/ldap/schema/cosine.schema
 +
include        /etc/ldap/schema/nis.schema
 +
include        /etc/ldap/schema/inetorgperson.schema
 +
schemacheck    on
 +
pidfile        /var/run/slapd/slapd.pid
 +
argsfile        /var/run/slapd/slapd.args
 +
loglevel        0
 +
modulepath /usr/lib/ldap
 +
moduleload back_bdb
 +
backend bdb
 +
checkpoint 512 30
 +
 
 +
database        bdb
 +
suffix          "dc=nodomain"
 +
rootdn          "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
 +
rootpw {SSHA}A05/lroKS5fDHnBXn56I9BI84L5lDOhX
 +
directory      "/home/ldap"
 +
index          objectClass eq
 +
lastmod        on
 +
#-------------------------------------------------------
 +
EOF
 +
echo configuring DB_CONFIG...
 +
cat > /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG << "EOF"
 +
#-------------------------------------------------------
 +
set_cachesize 0 2097152 0
 +
set_lg_bsize 524288
 +
set_lk_max_objects      5000
 +
set_lk_max_locks        5000
 +
set_lk_max_lockers 5000
 +
#-------------------------------------------------------
 +
EOF
 +
chown openldap:openldap /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG
 +
chmod -R 700 /home/ldap
 +
ls -la /home/ldap
 +
echo starting LDAP...
 +
/etc/init.d/slapd start
 +
if `ps -ef | grep '/usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap'  | grep -v grep  > /dev/null 2>&1` ; then
 +
echo LDAP seems to be working
 +
ps -ef | grep '/usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap'  | grep -v grep
 +
else
 +
echo Some errors here, exiting...
 +
exit
 +
fi
 +
echo feeding top data in LDAP...
 +
cat > /tmp/1.ldif << "EOF"
 +
#------------------------------
 +
dn: dc=nodomain
 +
objectclass: dcObject
 +
objectclass: organization
 +
o: My Computer LDAP
 +
dc: nodomain
 +
 
 +
dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
 +
objectclass: organizationalRole
 +
cn: admin
 +
#------------------------------
 +
EOF
 +
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -w password -f /tmp/1.ldif
 +
echo checking data in LDAP...
 +
slapcat
 +
echo adding example data to LDAP...
 +
cat > /tmp/2.ldif << "EOF"
 +
#------------------------------
 +
dn: cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain
 +
cn: Zygfryd Homonto
 +
sn: Zygfryd
 +
mail: zyghom@yahoo.co.uk
 +
objectClass: top
 +
objectClass: person
 +
objectClass: organizationalPerson
 +
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
 +
#------------------------------
 +
EOF
 +
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -w password -f /tmp/2.ldif
 +
echo checking data in LDAP...
 +
if ` slapcat | grep omonto  | grep -v grep  > /dev/null 2>&1` ; then
 +
slapcat
 +
echo " "
 +
echo LDAP seems to be working
 +
else
 +
echo Some errors here, exiting...
 +
exit
 +
fi
 +
echo "all data is here: /home/ldap..."
 +
ls -la /home/ldap
 +
</pre></code>
 +
 
 +
=GUARANTEE AND RESPONSIBILITY=
 +
*sorry but nothing like this
 +
*in case of problems you can contact me by mail: zyghomATyahooDOTcoDOTuk

Latest revision as of 17:37, 3 October 2012

Contents

LDAP and Claws Mail HOWTO based on Kubuntu (7.10)

Example describes installation and configuration on Ubuntu 7.10 but should be valid for other distributions also. It covers:

  • openldap installation and configuration
  • claws-mail configuration to use with LDAP

REMOVING OLD INSTALLATION

  • In case slapd is already installed, either go to point #CONFIGURATION or reinstall it with commands:
sudo apt-get purge slapd
sudo rm -rf /etc/ldap
(in case your LDAP configuration is not yet in use)
sudo rm -rf /var/run/slapd
(in case your LDAP database is not yet filled)

INSTALLATION

  • Install slapd:
sudo apt-get install slapd
during installation Ubuntu usually asks you for ldap admin password - use any - even empty - later we can change it anyway

CONFIGURATION

  • make sure to shut down LDAP server after installation:
sudo /etc/init.d/slapd stop
  • folder for storing data:
make directory where your LDAP will store data - by default it is /var/run/slapd but i don't recommend it for backup purposes (in case your root partition is to be reinstalled - OS crashed or whatever - then LDAP db is also vanished - my proposal is to use i.e. directory /home/ldap
sudo mkdir /home/ldap
Because Ubuntu by default runs slapd daemon as user openldap (created automatically during slapd installation), then we must change the ownership of this directory:
sudo chown -R openldap:openldap /home/ldap
as an alternative is to change default behaviour of slapd in file /etc/default/slapd the line:
SLAPD_USER="openldap"
should be changed to:
SLAPD_USER=
and in this case slapd runs as root and changing ownership is not needed - in this HOWTO we change the ownership to avoid the mismatch with Ubuntu default settings
  • main config file creation: /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
copy current config file:
sudo cp /etc/ldap/slapd.conf /etc/ldap/slapd.conf-org
create main password for ldap:
slappasswd -s "your_password"
where "your_password" is any string without quotes of course
as an output you get for example:
{SSHA}QqvOMErMXSJXRfLdmoIjMHEey129M5Qt
this is your password encrypted to be used later in config file
modify configuration file
sudo gedit (or kedit) /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
and put there (instead of everything what you find there):
include         /etc/ldap/schema/core.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/cosine.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/nis.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/inetorgperson.schema
schemacheck     on
pidfile         /var/run/slapd/slapd.pid
argsfile        /var/run/slapd/slapd.args
loglevel        0
modulepath	/usr/lib/ldap
moduleload	back_bdb
backend		bdb
checkpoint 512 30

database        bdb
suffix          "dc=nodomain"
rootdn          "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
rootpw		{SSHA}QqvOMErMXSJXRfLdmoIjMHEey129M5Qt
directory       "/home/ldap"
index           objectClass eq
lastmod         on
create database config file:
sudo gedit (or kedit) /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG 
set_cachesize 	0	2097152		0
set_lg_bsize	524288
set_lk_max_objects      5000
set_lk_max_locks        5000
set_lk_max_lockers	5000
these are default settings, not needed to be changed at this point
if you changed /home/ldap to be owned by openldap user then it must be repeated at this point at least for this created file:
sudo chown openldap:openldap /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG

STARTING LDAP

  • start ldap to see if it is working:
sudo /etc/init.d/slapd start
and check if working:
ps -ef | grep slapd  | grep -v grep
if you see something like this:
openldap  8662     1  0 10:43 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap
then this means it works (ldap server)
if not just start command:
sudo slapd -d 256 
and see any errors which may occur and ... try to find out problem by yourself (use google, or contact me)

FEEDING LDAP WITH INITIAL DATA

  • now, ldap is working but empty, lets configure top of it:
gedit (or kedit) /tmp/1.ldif  
and put there:
dn: dc=nodomain
objectclass: dcObject
objectclass: organization
o: My Computer LDAP
dc: nodomain

dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
objectclass: organizationalRole
cn: admin
  • now import it to ldap:
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -W -f /tmp/1.ldif
it will ask you for your LDAP password
proper output should be:
Enter LDAP Password: 
adding new entry "dc=nodomain"

adding new entry "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
in case of password mistake it will be:
ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
don't repeat this command if successfully imported as it will fail second time saying:
adding new entry "dc=nodomain"
ldap_add: Already exists (68)
now we can see if imported:
sudo slapcat 
proper output should be:
dn: dc=nodomain
objectClass: dcObject
objectClass: organization
o: My Computer LDAP
dc: nodomain
structuralObjectClass: organization
entryUUID: 35b05380-52e0-102c-8f25-0fc5f46797d9
creatorsName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
createTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
entryCSN: 20080109092257Z#000000#00#000000
modifiersName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
modifyTimestamp: 20080109092257Z

dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
objectClass: organizationalRole
cn: admin
structuralObjectClass: organizationalRole
entryUUID: 35b335f0-52e0-102c-8f26-0fc5f46797d9
creatorsName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
createTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
entryCSN: 20080109092257Z#000001#00#000000
modifiersName: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
modifyTimestamp: 20080109092257Z
you should see 2 records (regardless if ldap is up or not - slapcat prints data from db - not using server deamon)
  • adding real data:
create file /tmp/2.ldif and put in there:
gedit (or kedit) /tmp/1.ldif  
and put there:
dn: cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain
cn: Zygfryd Homonto
sn: Zygfryd 
mail: zyghom@yahoo.co.uk
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: organizationalPerson
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
now import it to ldap:
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -W -f /tmp/2.ldif
proper output should be:
Enter LDAP Password: 
adding new entry "cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain"
check if imported:
sudo slapcat 
now it should show 3 records

CONFIGURING Claws-Mail

  • start claws-mail
  • go to Addressbook->Menu: Book->New LDAP Server and there:
Name: any name, i.e. Myserver
hostname: localhost 
Port: 389 TLS: not CHECKED 
SSL: not CHECKED
then press button "Check server"
claws should fill the field: "Search Base" by: "dc=nodomain" by itself and in the bottom should say: "Connected successfully to server"
now go to tab "Extended" and there"
Bind DN: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
Bind Password: password
Then tab "Search"
Search Attributes: mail, cn, givenName, sn, displayName
Max Query Age: 600
Include server in dynamic search: CHECKED
Match names containing... CHECKED

ok, claws should be ready to cooperate with LDAP in addressbook you should see now "Myserver" under LDAP Servers go to field "Lookup name" and type i.e. homonto and press Find you should see my name there

AUTOMATIC LDAP CREATION AND CONFIGURATION

  • If you are brave enough (joke) you can use the script I prepared. It does all steps mentioned above (except reconfiguring claws-mail: this one must do by himself).
Just save all lines to text file, i.e:
gedit (or kedit) /tmp/ldap.sh
and make it executable:
chmod +x /tmp/ldap.sh
Then run the script:
sudo /tmp/ldap.sh
when asked for LDAP password just pres Enter - it is later changed by script to "password" (without quotes)
#!/bin/bash
datka=`date '+%Y%m%d_%H%M'`
echo purging existing LDAP...
cp /etc/default/slapd /etc/default/slapd_$datka
cp /etc/ldap/slapd.conf  /etc/ldap/slapd.conf_$datka
apt-get purge slapd
mv /etc/ldap  /etc/ldap_$datka
mv /var/run/slapd /var/run/slapd_$datka
mv /home/ldap /home/ldap_$datka
mv /etc/default/slapd /etc/default/slapd_$datka
apt-get install slapd

echo stopping LDAP...
/etc/init.d/slapd stop

echo preparing folder...
mkdir /home/ldap
chown -R openldap:openldap /home/ldap
ls -la /home/ldap
echo configuring slapd.conf...
mv /etc/ldap/slapd.conf /etc/ldap/slapd.conf-org_$datka
cat > /etc/ldap/slapd.conf << "EOF"
#-------------------------------------------------------
include         /etc/ldap/schema/core.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/cosine.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/nis.schema
include         /etc/ldap/schema/inetorgperson.schema
schemacheck     on
pidfile         /var/run/slapd/slapd.pid
argsfile        /var/run/slapd/slapd.args
loglevel        0
modulepath	/usr/lib/ldap
moduleload	back_bdb
backend		bdb
checkpoint 512 30

database        bdb
suffix          "dc=nodomain"
rootdn          "cn=admin,dc=nodomain"
rootpw		{SSHA}A05/lroKS5fDHnBXn56I9BI84L5lDOhX
directory       "/home/ldap"
index           objectClass eq
lastmod         on
#-------------------------------------------------------
EOF
echo configuring DB_CONFIG...
cat > /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG << "EOF"
#-------------------------------------------------------
set_cachesize 	0	2097152		0
set_lg_bsize	524288
set_lk_max_objects      5000
set_lk_max_locks        5000
set_lk_max_lockers	5000
#-------------------------------------------------------
EOF
chown openldap:openldap /home/ldap/DB_CONFIG
chmod -R 700 /home/ldap
ls -la /home/ldap
echo starting LDAP...
/etc/init.d/slapd start
if `ps -ef | grep '/usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap'  | grep -v grep  > /dev/null 2>&1` ; then
		echo LDAP seems to be working
		ps -ef | grep '/usr/sbin/slapd -g openldap -u openldap'  | grep -v grep
	else
		echo Some errors here, exiting...
		exit
	fi
echo feeding top data in LDAP...
cat > /tmp/1.ldif << "EOF"
#------------------------------
dn: dc=nodomain
objectclass: dcObject
objectclass: organization
o: My Computer LDAP
dc: nodomain

dn: cn=admin,dc=nodomain
objectclass: organizationalRole
cn: admin
#------------------------------
EOF
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -w password -f /tmp/1.ldif
echo checking data in LDAP...
slapcat 
echo adding example data to LDAP...
cat > /tmp/2.ldif << "EOF"
#------------------------------
dn: cn=Zygfryd Homonto ,dc=nodomain
cn: Zygfryd Homonto
sn: Zygfryd 
mail: zyghom@yahoo.co.uk
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: organizationalPerson
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
#------------------------------
EOF
ldapadd -x -D "cn=admin,dc=nodomain" -w password -f /tmp/2.ldif
echo checking data in LDAP...
if ` slapcat | grep omonto  | grep -v grep  > /dev/null 2>&1` ; then
		slapcat
		echo " "
		echo LDAP seems to be working
	else
		echo Some errors here, exiting...
		exit
	fi
echo "all data is here: /home/ldap..."
ls -la /home/ldap

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