"Jerry A!" wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 15, 2001 at 09:03:53PM +0100, Achim Gottinger wrote:
> : "Jerry A!" wrote:
> : > On Mon, Jan 15, 2001 at 08:37:06PM +0100, Achim Gottinger wrote:
> : > : > "Jerry A!" wrote:
> : > : > If this isn't possible, then I suggest adding options like: mta-tls,
> : > : > mta-mysql, mta-ldap, etc... to /etc/make.defaults and /etc/make.conf.
> : > :
> : > : I think that is a good idea, but don't use only mysql or ldap because I'm
> : > : planning to use that for stuff like gnome-db, php
> : >
> : > Don't worry Achim, I'll use mta-mysql, mta-ldap, etc... Hmm, it's like
> : > deja vu? 8)
> : >
> : Did I miss something?
> Yeah, look at the part of my message your originally responded to (it's
> included above). 8)
> : Another thing. There are two openldap packages in the tree right now. As 2.0
> : came out most
> : apps did not support it. This might have changed and I will test 2.0 this week
> : for a few packages.
> : Maybe you can try to build the mta's with openldap-2.0.
> I'll take a look at it. But honestly, I'll probably just commit the the
> base versions first and then start adding more later. My fear is that
> they'll compile, but I don't have any accurate way of testing them.
I used openldap 1.x here as a adress-database for netscape and this package should
But I did not test 2.0. So if you test if it compiles correct against 2.0 that
should be ok for now.
> : Should I make the required changes to your dev-ruby packages?
> Please do. Thanks...
Ok, I will
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