Getting those to work is not that difficult, but a LOT of site keep nagging about using:
You will get something like:
Invalid command ‘LDAP_Server’
– Apache 2 under Debian
– Installed and working (open)LDAP
Something like; apt-get install apache2
Symbolic link the dav_load in mods-available/ to mods-enabled/. Do the same with auth_ldap.load and dav_fs.conf and dav_fs.load.
Then add the following to apache2.conf:
Alias /share /home/share
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
allow from all
AuthName “Repository Access”
will be shared now under;
You can use SSL by putting:
in the <Location> directive.
I had a problem that I also use Samba and SCP for access on the same system, meaning that there could be a potential sharing access problem; everything must be written with group user and then made 770 directory/file mask.
To fix this, put in /etc/init.d/apache2
somewhere at the start and restart Apache. It will work..