Bug#878147: (no subject)
Okay, that sounds reasonable, of course.
Surely, it's better to have packages containing only what people really
Sorry, if I am not familiar with the processes involved in packaging as
this is my first usage of the Debian reporting system. Thus, I also
apologize for the duplicate #878263, as I simply did not realize I do
not get replies to this issue, automatically.
Given the circumstances, my next question would be how to continue at
Personally, I would think that LDAP authentication would be a common
requirement, but this is not the definition of "reasonably popular".
So, how would this be evaluated?
Furthermore, upstream support seems to have been dropped:
Are you by any chance aware of any way to do LDAP authentication, that
is still supported?