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I tried to login on to the journal as a user and after entering user name and password, I got this error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function ldap_connect() in /home/html/ojs/plugins/auth/ldap/LDAPAuthPlugin.inc.php on line 239
I thought that it could be the response to a wrong password. I reset the password and still when I try to login with the new password that was sent to me, I keep getting the same error.
I am also the Journal Manager and I remember that I got also this same error due to a wrong password. After I set up a new password I was able to login without problem.
How can fix this problem now?
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You are attempting to use LDAP authentication without LDAP support in your PHP installation. Unless you actually want to use LDAP, I would suggest disabling LDAP authentication as Site Administrator.
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