[Samba] sssd-ad cannot be installed with sernet samba
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Tue Mar 31 03:08:19 MDT 2015
On 31/03/15 03:54, Sketch wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Mar 2015, Rowland Penny wrote:
>> On 30/03/15 16:33, Luca Olivetti wrote:
>>> Right, the correct solution would be to package samba in a way that
>>> doesn't break sssd.
>> You could also say that sssd should be packaged in a way that works
>> with the sernet packages.
> I'm with Luca on this one. It's not Debian/Ubuntu's responsibility to
> modify their distro packages work with random 3rd party packages. If
> sernet is in the business of building supported packages for Debian
> and/or Ubuntu, they ought to build them to work with Debian and/or
> Ubuntu's packages.
It all depends on what is meant by supported, Debian/Ubuntu supports
their packages and Sernet supports their Samba packages. Why should
Sernet support something they do not supply ? Sernets packages work as a
complete system, they do not need to support the use of sssd with their
packages, their packages work without it.
You could try contacting Sernet on contact at sernet.de
(I found this in 30s, google 'contact sernet'), but I think that you
will get the same response.
> Most likely this is just an oversight in that they just never tested
> it against sssd, and if it's reported to them, they will fix it in the
> next release.
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