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Turnkeylinux core -- How do I make an SASL database without saslpasswd?

I'm stuck on getting Cyrus SASL to work with subversion.  I read the documentation and did the initial modifications to the svnserve.conf file and the svn.conf file in the /usr/lib/sasl2 directory.  There is currently no sasldb in /etc/.  The problem I am having is in figuring out how to make the sasldb --  I can't find the saslpasswd command (or the saslpasswd2 command.)  Clearly SASL is installed so I don't want to start messing with a working OS before asking questions. 

I am assuming since SASL is installed that there is an alternate method to add passwords to the database (or some way to get to saslpasswd via an intermediate command). 

Thanks in advance,

Joe Bond

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