Building a LAMP server w/ LDAP authentication

Tuesday, 9 November 2004, 11:13 AM EST

This tutorial is designed to guide you through the initial steps of setting up an Apache, MySQL, and PHP server on Linux which will utilize an external LDAP server for authenticating users. The server will be able to use either Apache's authentication process (i.e. via httpd.conf), or PHP's (i.e. coded into your app). The Linux distribution being utilized for this tutorial is Fedora Core 2, however the steps should be very similar across most distributions.

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