Apache 2.4 - No LDAP Support By Default

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at p6m7g8.com
Fri Jul 17 22:29:20 UTC 2015

You really should be using poudriere to build binary packages.  I promise
it's a 1 day task.

On Friday, July 17, 2015, Tim Gustafson <tjg at ucsc.edu> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am trying to use binary packages as much as possible as we have a
> rather large fleet of FreeBSD machines and building ports by hand has
> become something of a problem for us.
> However, the apache24 binary package does not include mod_ldap or
> mod_authnz_ldap, and these appear to not be available via a separate
> binary package, so I find myself unable to convert my web server to
> use the binary package version of www/apache24 (or devel/apr1, which
> also requires LDAP support to be compiled in for Apache to be able to
> use mod_ldap and mod_authnz_ldap) as it breaks authorization on about
> 400 web sites for me.
> Is there any chance of getting LDAP support added to the binary
> packages for devel/apr1 and www/apache24, or at least a second package
> for each of these (devel/apr1-ldap and www/apache24-ldap perhaps)?  Or
> am I missing something that would enable me to use these binary
> packages?
> --
> Tim Gustafson
> tjg at ucsc.edu <javascript:;>
> 831-459-5354
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