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Need ldap.so php5 extension for SLES10 on System Z


Hello - we are running php5 on Apache on SLES10 on System Z. Looking
for an ldap.so php5 extension. Does anyone know where I can obtain one?
I believe I've seen where it comes on SLES11
(/usr/lib64/php5/extensions/ldap.so).


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Re: Need ldap.so php5 extension for SLES10 on System Z

On 31/01/2011 13:36, dstcyr wrote:

> Hello - we are running php5 on Apache on SLES10 on System Z. Looking
> for an ldap.so php5 extension. Does anyone know where I can obtain one?
> I believe I've seen where it comes on SLES11
> (/usr/lib64/php5/extensions/ldap.so).


This forum is for Developer Support relating to LDAP and therefore is
the wrong forum for the above enquiry.

Normally I would suggest that you repost your question in the SLES
Install/Boot support forum @
http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/suse-linux-enterprise-server-sles/sles-install-boot/
but I can say that you should get the above LDAP PHP5 extension by
installing the php5-ldap-<version>.rpm.

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Re: Need ldap.so php5 extension for SLES10 on System Z

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Also cross-posted to a couple SLE forums where the answer was provided.



On 01/31/2011 08:22 AM, Simon Flood wrote:
> On 31/01/2011 13:36, dstcyr wrote:
>
>> Hello - we are running php5 on Apache on SLES10 on System Z. Looking
>> for an ldap.so php5 extension. Does anyone know where I can obtain one?
>> I believe I've seen where it comes on SLES11
>> (/usr/lib64/php5/extensions/ldap.so).

>
> This forum is for Developer Support relating to LDAP and therefore is the
> wrong forum for the above enquiry.
>
> Normally I would suggest that you repost your question in the SLES
> Install/Boot support forum @
> http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/suse-linux-enterprise-server-sles/sles-install-boot/
> but I can say that you should get the above LDAP PHP5 extension by
> installing the php5-ldap-<version>.rpm.
>
> HTH.

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