Post by Joh » Wed, 12 Jun 2002 18:59:04

Hi, Im having a problem, and was wondering can anyone help.
When running ldapadd I get the following error "no write access to

I can use -x option but I dont want to do this. I have Cyrus SASL,
Kerberos, OpenSSl, OpenLdap and Berkely DB all installed and
operational. I have made progress but now this error is impeding my
progress. Any help would be appreciated


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