Commit 45c2877c authored by Hallvard Furuseth's avatar Hallvard Furuseth
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Update README to reflect recent changes.

parent 72ef1d08
......@@ -3,18 +3,24 @@ program. The program is command-line oriented and uses a syntax and
command set roughly similar to ISODE's DISH program, hence it is
named "saucer" (i.e. a very small "dish" :-)
To build saucer, make sure the top-level LDAP 'make' has created all
of the makefiles from their templates (you can force this by typing
"make makefiles" in the LDAP root directory). Then cd into
contrib/saucer and type make. With luck, saucer will compile and
link without any warnings or errors. You can then install it by
doing an "su" and typing "make install". This will copy the binary
to the directory you specified for LDAP binaries, and the man page
will be placed in the appropriate man directory.
To build saucer, you must first build OpenLDAP, and then say
cd contrib/saucer
make depend
make
You can then install it by doing an "su" and typing "make install".
This will copy the binary to the directory you specified for LDAP
binaries, and the man page will be placed in the appropriate man
directory.
If you wish saucer to use GNU Readline, you must have set CPPFLAGS and
LDFLAGS so that <readline/readline.h> and -lreadline will be found when
you configured OpenLDAP, e.g.
env CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/gnu/include" LDFLAGS="-L/usr/gnu/lib" ./configure
Saucer runs from the Unix command line with the following arguments:
saucer [-h host] [-p portnumber] [-u X500UserName]
saucer [-h host] [-p portnumber] [-u 'X500UserName']
[-c credentials] [-d debug-level]
If no options are given, saucer will attempt to connect to an LDAP
......@@ -23,7 +29,7 @@ bind anonymously.
Typing "help" at saucer's command prompt will yield:
Cmd? help
saucer dn=> help
Supported commands are:
help
list
......@@ -39,3 +45,5 @@ Detailed instructions are available from the saucer man page.
Any comments or questions should be directed to:
Eric.Rosenquist@strataware.com
or to an OpenLDAP mailinglist, see <URL:http://www.openldap.org/lists/>.
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