>> I'have make this package and you could find it
As such a good idea, but ...
>> This package (libapache2-mod-auth-ldap) seems to be missing from the
I thought this as well, but it isn't. The mod_ldap and mod_auth_ldap are
part of the package apache2-common. They get installed into
/etc/apache2/mods-available, but they are not available until you make a
symlink to it in /etc/apache2/mods-enabled.
>> There is a package in the experimental branch (found via
>> packages.debian.org) with the name : libapache2-mod-authz-ldap but I
>> did'nt try it (it has got an odd version number).
This is about something else. Haven't researched this to the end, but I
had installed it only to find out it was not what you need to link a
.htaccess to your LDAP server. So I put it aside.
>> This is my first debian package so, this package could contain some
>> errors. I build it on a sarge and it's running on www.spyroux.be.
You linked your package to a specific version of apache2. In the
meanwhile a slightly newer version got released, so I was able to instal
your package only with dpkg --force-depends. If might have been better
(though I am not sure about the rules) to make your package depend on
apache2 >= 2.xx rather than apache = 2.xx.
I wonder though what the rule is what modules are part of apache2-common
and which ones are separate Debian packages. I would be tempted to
assume that everything which is part of the tarball that comes from the
Apache httpd project goes into apache2-common while anything that is
made available separately (such as PHP for example) goes into a separate
Debian package, but again, I am not sure.