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Old 08-07-2004, 06:31 PM   #1
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PHP with LDAP-support


I'm using Horde, IMP and Turba for webmail and address-book, and I want to add an LDAP-addressbook to it (on Slackware 9.0). This doesn't work, because PHP with Slackware doesn't seem to be compiled with ldap-support. Now I'm wondering: do I need to recompile the package with LDAP-support or is there another (easier) way to add LDAP-support to PHP?

Compiling PHP seems to be rather tricky because of dependencies; does anyone have experience with that?
 
Old 08-07-2004, 07:32 PM   #2
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PHP doesn't really have any dependencies. It's one of the easiest programs I ever compiled. The help file in the download and the other documentation is very thorough.

If you are missing anything the configure program will tell you.
 
  


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