[Samba] Is the smbldap-tools package no longer maintained?
rpenny at samba.org
Fri Sep 13 14:03:31 UTC 2019
On 13/09/2019 14:55, L.P.H. van Belle via samba wrote:
> You guys cant google ;-)
> Within 1 minute..
> And no, i did not google for debian, i just used: smbldap-tools.tar.gz
> ;-) then 4th link :-) :-p
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>> Rowland penny via samba
>> Verzonden: vrijdag 13 september 2019 15:52
>> Aan: samba at lists.samba.org
>> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] Is the smbldap-tools package no longer
>> On 13/09/2019 14:20, Christopher Sean Hilton via samba wrote:
>>> I've been trying to find news on the smbldap-tools package
>> from IDEALX
>>> but my google searches have been fruitless. In my FreeBSD port build
>>> run yesterday I noticed that the port is listed as *broken* because
>>> the download link no longer works. Is there a new home for this code
>>> or has it lost it's maintainer?
>>> *Note* I was able to build against a cached download but if the
>>> (download) location has moved than I can send a note to the FreeBSD
>>> port maintainer and get the link updated.
>>> -- Chris
>> I do not think it is maintained any more, an old version can
>> be found here:
>> Last updated 5 years ago, but it says that it moved on the
>> 19/09/2007 to
>> https://gna.org/projects/smbldap-tools/, but gna.org closed
>> down a few
>> years ago.
>> I cannot find the source anywhere, this doesn't mean it
>> doesn't exist,
>> just that I cannot find it ;-)
>> Can I also point out that you really should upgrade to AD, an
>> domain is very old technology and Microsoft keeps breaking them.
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Louis, that is the Debian package, not the source, yes the package might
be being maintained by Debian, but the main source does not seem to be
maintained by anyone. This a bit like you producing Debian Samba
packages from the Samba source, you maintain your packages, but Samba is
maintained by the Samba Team.
The Samba source can be found here: https://git.samba.org/
There doesn't seem to be anything similar for smbldap-tools.
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