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Re: What's wrong with openldap2? (Getting it into testing)

Nathanael Nerode <neroden@twcny.rr.com> wrote:
> I notice that bugs in slapd/openldap2 are holding up the migration
> of an awful lot of things into testing, including KDE.  (Although I
> don't know why; I have KDE installed without slapd.)

slapd and libldap2 are built from the same source package, some part
of KDE links against libldap2. Testing looks at whole source package.

> Kdebase and kdelibs have a few RC bugs right now, but it looks
> likely that they'll be fixed quite soon. Meanwhile, slapd has no
> less than *nine* RC bugs, one of which has been open for *224* days,
> and two of which have patches outstanding.

You are too late. Take a look at
http://packages.qa.debian.org/openldap2 and especially
| * Subject: Accepted openldap2 2.1.17-3 (i386 source all)
| * From: Torsten Landschoff <torsten@debian.org>
| * Date: Mon, 09 Jun 2003 23:32:27 -0400
| Source: openldap2
| Binary: libslapd2-dev slapd libldap2 ldap-utils libldap2-dev
| Architecture: source all i386
| Version: 2.1.17-3
| Distribution: unstable
| Closes: 91318 98039 151511 189811 190085 190164 190724 192163 192423
|          194192 194740 194943

Afaict tell these bugs will recieve there nnn-done mail today and the
updated package will hit the mirrors tomorrow.
                   cu andreas

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