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I'm looking for something targeted at a complete beginner. It's not setting up the package itself that I'm concerned with, but rather a way to set up a schema.

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something like this – atenz Aug 13 '12 at 16:51
@IanN I hope that my answer was useful for you. If you think the same, you can mark it as accepted. – Lucio Feb 8 '13 at 22:28

An example of LDPA schema with tables, short and easy to understand.

Skills-1st is a website that has this tutorial that have everything of LDAP Schema Design. It have a html version and pdf too for download.

Also in the OpenLDAP website you can find software, utilities, tools, a Quick-Start Guide and more about the open server.

And I leave this question about set-up a LDAP server.

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