Re: backporting uw-imapd
On Thu, May 01, 2003 at 09:07:08AM -0400, Jaldhar H. Vyas wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, David Fokkema wrote:
> > Hi group,
> > I installed wu-imapd on my laptop running testing and it needed TLS to
> > authenticate me. That seemed right to me, so no problem there. When I
> > was convinced that wu-imapd
> Pet peave of mine: it's uw-imapd not wu.
Oops, sorry. I'm not totally consistent either. The subject string is
> > could do everything I wanted it to I
> > installed it on my server, running stable. When I tested it, it didn't
> > need TLS and I assume an unencrypted authentication was used.
> > 1) Can I use this version to set up TLS?
Great, :-). Let me rephrase: how do I disable unencrypted, plaintext
passwords speeding over my network?
> > I decided to backport wu-imapd from testing to stable. I did:
> > apt-get source wu-imapd
> > apt-get build-dep wu-imapd
> > apt-get install libpam0g-dev
> > and then
> > dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot
> > I noticed that various reversed patches returned failed (ignored). Is
> > this important? Seems so to me...
> > Furthermore, I get the following error:
> > devlibs error: There is no package matching libcrypto0.9.6-dev and noone
> > provides it, please report bug to d-shlibs maintainer
> > and a similar one for libssl0.9.6-dev.
> Yeah, there is a little incompatability between d-shlibs and woody.
Ah. Lost already. What is d-shlibs?
> > I have libssl0.9.6 and libssl-dev installed, and I can't get info on
> > libssl096-dev.
> > 2) How can I backport uw-imapd?
> Edit the definition of libssl and libcrypto in debian/d-shlibdeps (or
> something. I don't remember right now.)
> Btw, I already maintain a backport of uw-imapd at
I'll try it out, thanks!