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Re: LDAP problem and Re: [Debian-sf-users] Upgrade / Downgrade sf and ot


From: Vicente Ruiz
Subject: Re: LDAP problem and Re: [Debian-sf-users] Upgrade / Downgrade sf and other recomendations for ourproject
Date: 13 Oct 2002 13:16:41 +0200

El dom, 13-10-2002 a las 04:43, Christian Bayle escribi├│:

> 2.5 as a first step because it's stable, but 2.6 is more customizable, 
> and almost functionnal.
> 

Well, thank you for your answers, Christian. I'm now testing 2.6, mmm.
looks good...

> >- What are the main bugs of 2.6 version? Because, I don't known how to
> >differenciate one 2.5 bug from one 2.6 bug.
> >
> The problem is that we don't know 2.6 bugs, because we just didn't test 
> all features, but most things seems to work.

I just had a problem with the LDAP installation and I fixed it with this
modification (but I am not a LDAP or sf expert):

------------------

/mnt/hope/proyectos/debian-sf/sourceforge-2.6/deb-specific/install-ldap.sh      
 Mon Aug  5 19:00:28 2002
--- /usr/lib/sourceforge/bin/install-ldap.sh    Sun Oct 13 12:54:03 2002
***************
*** 321,327 ****
      check_server

      ldapmodify -v -c -D "cn=admin,$ldap_suffix" -x -w"$ldap_passwd" >
/dev/null 2>&1 <<-FIN
! dn: $sf_ldap_base_dn
  changetype: modify
  replace: userPassword
  userPassword: $sf_cryptedpasswd
--- 321,327 ----
      check_server

      ldapmodify -v -c -D "cn=admin,$ldap_suffix" -x -w"$ldap_passwd" >
/dev/null 2>&1 <<-FIN
! dn: cn=SF_Robot,$sf_ldap_base_dn
  changetype: modify
  replace: userPassword
  userPassword: $sf_cryptedpasswd

------------------

I didn't have the problem with apache-ssl (see Kees Louwen post) because
I think that I only have installed the apache package and not the
apache-ssl package.

I generated the certificates with mod-ssl-makecert and now it's working.

I have problems with the trobe list (it is always empty) and when I send
emails to the users from the web, but I have to check where is the
problem. I will report if I found something wrong.

> 2.5 should be bug free.
> 

Ok, now I have no idea if I must start with 2.5 o 2.6. Then 2.6 looks
great, but 2.5 is bugs free....

> Project migration is not implemented, but is a often-asked feature :)

But if you migrate from 2.6.x to 2.6.y ┬┐do you keep your projects
working? 

> Sorry for mine
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Christian
> 
> PS: we are often on #debian-sf of irc.openprojects.net IRC server
> 

Thanks for your answers again...

BR,


Vicente





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