[Samba] Debian Bullseye samba 4.16.1 online (amd64/arm64/armhf/i386)
mjt at tls.msk.ru
Sat May 14 13:44:10 UTC 2022
13.05.2022 12:42, L. van Belle wrote:
> Hai Michael,
> Some monitoring tools need the option in d/rules --with-profiling-data
> I know there are users using my repo specialy for this.
> All I added to d/rules here is :
> This one is save to enable.
Ah, that makes sense. Maybe it should be enabled in debian builds too.
Especially if it comes for free ;) Thank you for the info.
> The other part. Gnome tracker support
> in the beginning, when trackers was added, we needed.
> libtracker-sparql-2.0-dev and libtracker-miner-2.0-dev
> This is one I discussed with Matteu, and he decided that it was pulling in to much extra depends.
> so it was desiced not to enable it. Meanwhile, I did have people asking for it.
> So, I enabled it some time ago in my repo packages.
Aha. Yea I remember seeing some discussion about this, Matteu said this
brings glib dependency which is a bit too much. I didn't know how to enable
it though, this build dependency makes it clear. Thank you again :)
> Last on these build depends conflicts..
> I use multiple repos to build my packages..
> basicly its.
> vanBelle Online
> vanBelle Internal1-test
> vanBelle Internal2-dev
> one package (ldb) was builded already and in one of my internal repos.
> that one was pulled in from 2-dev repo and builded samba with.
> that shouldn't have happened, human error..
> It conflicts with the backports version.
> The test also pulled it in so I didn't notice it, just I already removed
> test-dev packages from my upload tree..
> arrh.. So no error on your side.
Aha. That makes sense. The thing is that I had several attempts to make
ldb version "right" and it always conflicting... so I thought it is another
> And cant say it enough...
> THANKS for all the work you done.
Well.. I just wanted to fix a bug, you know... ;))) It just so happened...
But I spoiled your work somewhat, too, - I didn't want to, really did not, -
instead, I hoped to help you just a bit to get more recent samba into
And than you for all the work you've done! Actually, I don't think I'd
get into there without your packages serving as an example.
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