gpgkeys_ldap doesn't get compiled
Tue Jul 22 15:25:01 2003
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On Tue, Jul 22, 2003 at 03:17:32PM +0200, Sebastian Stein wrote:
> David Shaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> [030722 15:10]:
> > request. Look for:
> > checking whether LDAP via "-lldap" is present and sane... yes
> > or something similar (as configure checks for several different LDAP
> > libraries before giving up).
> > If the answer to those questions is "no", you need an LDAP library on
> > your system for gpgkeys_ldap to be built.
> Ok, you are right. It says no. What ldap libary do you mean? I think ldap is
> just a standard and not an implementation, so what would be sufficient?
The most commonly used LDAP library is OpenLDAP
(http://www.openldap.org), though the GnuPG code should work with any
library that uses the same API.
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