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nldap and oes2

hello all,
I want to install a first oes2-linux-server into an existing
netware-tree with:
nw6.0 sp5, edir 8.7.3.9, nldap 3.08.2006
in the install-pdf-docu of oes2 is a hint,
that the server running nldap might probably abend....
any experiences ???
thanks for answering.
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Hermann
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: nldap and oes2

I think that part of the documentation is a bit misleading because it
isists on the NetWare version and assumes you are usign the default
eDirectory version for that NetWare version.
Instead,t he document should insist on what minimum eDirecrtory version
and patch level you need to avoid the problem.
Given you are on eDirectory 8.7.3.9 which corresponds to NetWare 6.5 SP6,
you should not be affected by that problem.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: nldap and oes2

Marcel Cox schrieb:
> I think that part of the documentation is a bit misleading because it
> isists on the NetWare version and assumes you are usign the default
> eDirectory version for that NetWare version.
> Instead,t he document should insist on what minimum eDirecrtory version
> and patch level you need to avoid the problem.
> Given you are on eDirectory 8.7.3.9 which corresponds to NetWare 6.5
> SP6, you should not be affected by that problem.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>thank you very much>>>and lets try it!

greetings
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Hermann
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