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Open LDAP and SASL issue, slap_sasl_init: SASL library version mismatch: expected 2.1.18, got 2.1.10

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I've compiled OpenLDAP from the source and everything seems to go fine, but when I try to start it I get the error:

slap_sasl_init: SASL library version mismatch: expected 2.1.18, got 2.1.10
I do have 2.1.18 installed and I may have 2.1.10 installed because of dependencys.

The lib links look correct... Not sure what to do, I'm on redhat 8.1.  OpenLDAP 2.213.

Thanks!
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It sounds to me like OpenLDAP was built against SASL 2.1.18, but it is only finding the libraries for SASL 2.1.10. That might be a result of SASL 2.1.18 being in a non-system place (like /usr/local). and the directory containing those libs isn't in the system's library search path (isn't mentioned in /etc/ld.so.conf). Editing /etc/ld.so.conf to include the path to the directoy containing the 2.1.18 libs and running ldconfig may fix the problem.
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