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Stephen Ingram wrote:
I thought I had successfully built rpms for version 2.1.24rc1 of Cyrus SASL. It does itself seem to work for authentication, however, it seems to be preventing openldap from working on the same system. I'm using version 2.4.23 that comes with Fedora 14. When I run slaptest, I get the error: slap_sasl_init: auxprop add plugin failed slaptest: slap_init failed! and I see the following in the log file: slaptest: auxpropfunc error version mismatch with plug-in I'm not really sure what plug in openldap is trying to load as it won't even work with an out of the box slapd.d directory (or a blank one for that matter). Looking at the source, there seems to be some sort of version checking which would follow logically from the error messages, however, I can't seem to tell exactly which piece of cyrus-sasl is causing the problem. The error goes away once I roll back to Fedora's cyrus-sasl-2.1.23 so I'm guessing it's something new in the updated version of cyrus-sasl (perhaps the sasl canon_user plug-in I'm after) that's causing the problem. Do I need to be using some specific updated version of openldap or a specific configuration to make this work?
No, there's no specific version of OpenLDAP required. However, there's a specific Cyrus SASL plugin interface version number, and apparently this has changed between 2.1.23 and 2.1.24. Therefore you must recompile OpenLDAP with the 2.1.24 headers and libraries if you want to run with 2.1.24.
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