LDAP on BSD/OS Release 2.1

William L. Larson (wllarso@somnet.sandia.gov)
Tue, 9 Jul 1996 14:15:44 -0600 (MDT)

I have built and tested the LDAP package on a BSD/OS Release 2.1 system.
This required some minor changes to some of the sources and a new
Make-platform. These changes will be forwarded to ldap-support shortly.

My question is as to what is meant by a system being "tested" as described
in the build/PORTS file. I have run the various tests in the "tests"
subdirectory and passed everything except the test007-replication, which
I am assuming means I failed the "slurpd" test. Does successfully passing
the other tests mean that the "libraries", "clients", "ldapd", and
"slapd" succeeded (as per the listing in build/PORTS)?

Any information would be of interest.

Bill Larson (wllarso@sandia.gov)