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The site says that I need the normal tar libxml2-2.4.12.tar.gz and devel tar to compile applications with libxml but get this.... they dont supply tars for the devel package only RPM,s... what am I supposed to do?
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
Just a suggestion - if you ask a completely unrelated question you may want to start a new thread. There is a better chance of someone who knows the answer seeing it if the title is somewhat pertinent to the topic. That being said LDAP is the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. It is an open-standard protocol for accessing information services. You may want to try the OpenLDAP site for more info.