OpenLDAP on OS X 10.5

Comes with 2.3.5 or something like that. (sladpd -VV will tell you.)

Here's how to enable it:
  1. Locate the OpenLDAP configuration files in /etc/openldap/

  2. sudo cp slapd.conf.default slapd.conf

  3. Edit slapd.conf if you want to change domain name, etc.

  4. Run slapd: sudo /usr/libexec/slapd

Defaults

suffix          "dc=my-domain,dc=com"
rootdn          "cn=Manager,dc=my-domain,dc=com"

You can do all kinds of crap.

I'm using it to test Active Directory stuff.

If you're importing from AD, and you've got a bunch of duplicate thingermabobs, you can use this regex in eclipse: Eclipse rereplace: dSCorePropagationData:\s.*0Z

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