DNS update from s3 to s4, working with nsupdate, fails with net ads dns register
geza at kzsdabas.hu
Fri Nov 4 01:03:43 MDT 2011
2011-11-04 07:57 keltezéssel, Michael Croes írta:
> Hi Geza,
>> Regarding packaging you are right.
>> I just gave up (temporary) to try to build (the latest versions of) all the
>> build and runtime dependencies (which on an git obtained source are
> How did you try to package them? Yesterday I was using the debian
> files from samba4 in oneiric (apt-get source samba4) and used that to
> package a newer version. However soon (configure stage) there were
> some dependencies like talloc 2.0.7 which were not met, so I moved on
> to talloc where the source package doesn't seem directly usable
> against a git clone.
> The main issue is to do it once and to do it right, because after that
> anyone can pick up on that and build a newer version, perhaps with
> some minor issues along the way.
>> I'm interested in having stable packages once samba4 stabilizes a bit (~RC1
> I'm not sure if there's still a target for such a release, but I just
> want to move a step up from where I am now. I want DNS to work
> properly, that leaves me with the option of building a newer samba
> release or going back to the generated named.conf.
Basically I've got the source packages from debian unstable (before
experimental) and tried to remove the multiarch modifications (I did the
build on squeeze). When I hit a wall (mean unmet dependency) I've tried
to get newer sources (sometimes from upstream (samba.org)) changed the
version numbers (dch -i) accordingly and started over.
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