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The following has been tested on snow-leopard 10.6 and lion 10.7 versions of the operating system when OpenDirectory LDAP server will not start and Password Server is still running. If you have a look at the tail of the file sudo tail /etc/openldap/slapd.d/cn=config.ldif you will see a set of TLS Certificate entries similar to the block below: ...
I'd like to offer an improved answer, that the author may consider for the question. The previous answer's AirDisplay drivers actually messed up my remote client, and left me with 16 virtual displays, all with the same information, where I couldn't click anything. Luckily I know how to navigate Activity Monitor with the Keyboard :-) . I found the following ...
The missing folder that the error is referring to is /var/db/openldap/openldap-data. This database directory must exist prior to running slapd. Try creating the folder if it doesn't exist and make sure that the folder is read/write by the system.
The way to do it is to add the shared volume(s), not the machine to the "Favorites" section of the Finder sidebar. Connect to the server using the Finder menu item and mount all the volumes the user requires. Go to the machines Finder folder and you will see icons for all the mounted volumes. Drag them one by one into "Favorites". As an added bonus you will ...
I usually just do shortcuts- either on the desktop or in the dock (a little more dynamic)
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