Richard Megginson wrote:
Also, I find it much easier to create a file and use the -f option to point to it. Typos aren't such a big deal then and you don't have to remember it's ^D to complete the input :)Bliss, Aaron wrote:You have to type Ctrl-D (the EOF character) to tell ldapmodify you are done. Also, your modify command must be followed by a blank line, so after the last character input, type Enter, Enter, then Ctrl-D. After typing the second Enter, you should see some feedback about your operation from ldapmodify.I attempted to run the following with of course a good directory manager password: ldapmodify -x -D "cn=directory manager" -w password dn: cn=config changetype: modify replace: passwordCheckSyntax passwordCheckSyntax: off And receive a response saying" modifying entry "cn=config" however it doesn't seem that the command ever completes, as control isn't returned back to the command line (I apologize for the newbie questions, however I'm not all that familiar with editing ldap entries from the command line). Thanks.
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