You can get openLDAP
It’s both free and open source, so licensing and
deployment are non-issues with this software. As of this writing, the
latest version for general use is 2.0.18. Once
you’ve downloaded the archive, expand it into a
is detailed in the
document included in the source distribution. Basically,
you’ll need to execute these commands (output is not
[localhost:~/openldap-2.0.17] bmclaugh% ./configure [localhost:~/openldap-2.0.17] bmclaugh% make depend [localhost:~/openldap-2.0.17] bmclaugh% make [localhost:~/openldap-2.0.17] bmclaugh% make test [localhost:~/openldap-2.0.17] bmclaugh% su root -c 'make install'
Note that this last step requires root access; this is typical for all installations of software like this (as well as the databases detailed in Appendix B). Once this is done, you should have a ready-to-run LDAP directory server.
You should then modify the
slapd.conf file to use Forethought-specific
names. This file is located in the root directory of your
installation. Modify it to have this entry:
database ldbm suffix "dc=forethought,dc=com" rootdn "cn=Manager,dc=forethought,dc=com" rootpw secret
You now need to create the Forethought-specific object classes and attributes. While iPlanet offers a GUI for these tasks, you will need to dive into LDIF and the openLDAP configuration file formats by hand. This is a little more complex, ...