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I have a wsgi app setup for a project that requries auth with an external LDAP server - the apache/modules directory seems to be missing mod_auth_ldap - is this something I have to procure on my own?

Was very surprised to find mod_auth_ldap missing..

asked 02 Aug '11, 12:19

defbyte
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edited 02 Aug '11, 12:20


The mod_wsgi builder is designed to provide a general set of binaries and libraries to get a project started, it does not include every library that may be needed. You would have to build your own Apache/wsgi stack from source to have the tools required to build it.

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answered 02 Aug '11, 17:37

johns
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