documentation:1.0:installtarball

Installation from the tarball

Get the tarball from download page. You can also find on this page the SVN tarball if you want to test latest features.

The content of the SVN tarball is not the same as the official tarball. Please see the next chapter to learn how build an official tarball from SVN files.

Either checkout or export the SVN repository, or extract the SVN tarball to get the SVN files on your disk.

Then go to build directory:

cd trunk/build/lemonldap-ng

And run the "dist" target:

make dist

The generated tarball is in the current directory.

Just run the tar command:

tar zxvf lemonldap-ng-*.tar.gz

First check and install the prerequisites.

For full install:

cd lemonldap-ng-*
make
make configure
make test
sudo make install

You can modify location of default storage configuration file in configure target:

sudo make configure STORAGECONFFILE=/etc/lemonldap-ng/lemonldap-ng.ini

You can choose other Makefile targets:

  • Perl libraries install :
    • install_libs (all Perl libraries)
    • install_portal_libs
    • install_manager_libs
    • install_handler_libs
  • Binaries install :
    • install_bin (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/bin)
  • Web sites install :
    • install_site (all sites including install_doc_site)
    • install_portal_site (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/htdocs/portal)
    • install_manager_site (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/htdocs/manager)
    • install_handler_site (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/handler)
  • Documentation install :
    • install_doc_site (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/htdocs/doc)
    • install_examples_site (/usr/local/lemonldap-ng/examples)

You can also pass parameters to the make install command, with this syntax:

sudo make install PARAM=VALUE PARAM=VALUE ...

Available parameters are:

  • ERASECONFIG: set to 0 if you want to keep your configuration files (default: 1)
  • DESTDIR: only for packaging, install the product in a jailroot (default: "")
  • PREFIX: installation directory (default: /usr/local)
  • STORAGECONFFILE: location of default storage configuration file (default: /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/lemonldap-ng.ini)
  • CRONDIR: Cronfile directory (default: $PREFIX/etc/lemonldap-ng/cron.d)
  • APACHEUSER: user running Apache
  • APACHEGROUP: group running Apache
  • DNSDOMAIN: Main DNS domain (default: example.com)
  • LDAPHOST: LDAP server (default: localhost)
  • LDAPPORT: LDAP port (default: 389)
  • LDAPSUFFIX: LDAP suffix (default: dc=example,dc=com)
  • APACHEVERSION: Apache major version (default: 2)
  • VHOSTLISTEN: how listen parameter is configured for virtual hosts in Apache (default: *:80)
For Debian/Ubuntu, you can use:
make debian-install

or:

make ubuntu-install

See also Debian/Ubuntu installation documentation.

By default, Apache configuration files will be installed in /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/. You have to include them in Apache main configuration, for example:

include /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/portal-apache2.conf
include /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/handler-apache2.conf
include /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/manager-apache2.conf
  • You can also use symbolic links in conf.d Apache directory.
  • If you have run the Debian/Ubuntu install command, just use:
a2ensite manager-apache2.conf
a2ensite portal-apache2.conf
Mod Perl must be loaded before LL::NG Apache configuration.

LL::NG use cron jobs to:

  • purge old sessions
  • clean Handler cache

To install them on system:

sudo ln -s /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/cron.d/* /etc/cron.d/

Configure your DNS server to resolve names with your server IP.

For tests with the configured domain, launch the following :
cat /usr/local/lemonldap-ng/etc/lemonldap-ng/for_etc_hosts >> /etc/hosts

Follow the next steps.