Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 602040
Use mozilla NSS for crypto - expose LDIF API
Last modified: 2010-06-28 11:31:53 EDT
Created attachment 422406 [details]
patch to export ldif.h to the public api
openldap 2.4.22 has support for using Mozilla NSS for crypto and for allowing clients to use the LDIF API. We need to enable these by default. The Mozilla NSS support includes support for existing openssl based TLS/SSL configuration and PEM cert and key files, so existing apps should just work seamlessly and should not even know that the crypto has been switched from openssl to Mozilla NSS.
Created attachment 422407 [details]
patch to export libldif for public use
Created attachment 422408 [details]
patches to spec file to build with mozilla nss and ldif support
These patches build in mock for rawhide (fedora 14). I've successfully tested these with 389-ds-base on rawhide.
Any idea when this can land in rawhide?
I've applied the patches to rawhide, feel free to test them. I'm closing this bug.