FEB 2000

In an effort to promote the use of LDAP-enabled enterprise directories, we are providing download packages for the OpenLDAP SLAPD server, version 1.2. You may want to use our compiled server and the provided database to get started with your LDAP implementation. Note that our server code is built without thread support.

The source for the server was obtained from the OpenLDAP Foundations Web Site, and is derived from code originally developed at the University of Michigan. The database used with this server was developed at Berkeley and is supported by Sleepycat.

To begin the download process, select the item in the table below which best meets your needs.
PlatformDescriptionRequest DownloadSizeRelease Date
AIX/6000SLAPD Server (compressed tar archive)aixslapd.tar.Z5.4 MB2000-02
Berkeley, Version 2.7.7Berkeley Database (compressed tar archive)db277.tar.Z760 KB2000-02
Compaq Tru64 UNIXSLAPD Server (compressed tar archive)aosslapd.tar.Z3.9 MB2000-02
HP-UXSLAPD Server (compressed tar archive)hpslapd.tar.Z5.9 MB2000-02
Solaris 2SLAPD Server (compressed tar archive)sol2slapd.tar.Z4.4 MB2000-02
UNIXOpen Source Code (compressed tar archive)slapd128.tar.Z1.6 MB2000-02

Please note: SAS Institute is providing these packages as a convenience to those who want to try out the SAS Integration Technologies functionality that uses LDAP. Technical support for these packages is provided by the authors and not by SAS Institute.

For questions you may have about this download, please contact our Product Support Group

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