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Re: [LCFC] templates://libpam-ldap/{templates}

Christian Perrier wrote:
> This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
> templates for libpam-ldap.

See http://lists.debian.org/debian-l10n-english/2009/05/msg00048.html
(This time I expect CRM114 ate it.)

> Template: libpam-ldap/rootbinddn

I still don't really follow this.
> Template: libpam-ldap/rootbindpw
>  Please enter the password to use when ${package} tries to
>  login to the LDAP directory using the LDAP account for root.

"(A) login", noun; "(to) log (oneself) in", verb.  Compare backup,

> Template: libpam-ldap/dblogin
>  Such setup is unusual and therefore unneeded in most situations.

> Template: libpam-ldap/binddn
>  Please enter the name of the account that will be used to login to the LDAP
>  database.

Logging in, ditto.

> Template: libpam-ldap/dbrootlogin
> _Description: Allow LDAP admin account to behave like local root?

Poor description - for me, root is the account that only gets a
login during single-user-mode boots and similar emergencies...

> Template: libpam-ldap/bindpw
> Type: password
> _Description: Password for database login account:
>  Please enter the password that will be used to login to the LDAP database.

Logging in, ditto.  Unclear about which account it means.
> Template: libpam-ldap/override
>  If you do not choose this option, no further questions will be asked
>  and the configuration has to be done manually.

s/has to/will need to/
JBR	with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
	sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package

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