[Pkg-roundcube-maintainers] Bug#490653: roundcube: mysql or pgsql database shouldn't be assumed that is local

Vincent Bernat bernat at debian.org
Sun Jul 13 14:35:19 UTC 2008

OoO Peu avant le début de l'après-midi du dimanche 13 juillet 2008, vers
13:42, Teodor <mteodor at gmail.com> disait :

> Package: roundcube
> Version: 0.1.1-7
> Severity: normal

> th packages have a correct declaration line:

> Suggests: mysql-server
> or
> Suggests: postgresql-server

> However, dbconfig is instructed to connect to the local mysql socket and
> it doesn't check or ask for a remote service.

> I've tried to manually set the parameters in
> '/etc/dbconfig-common/roundcube.conf' by changing these parameters:
> dbc_dbserver='remove-addr...'
> dbc_dbport='3306'

> Is it possible to include such a question in the configuration menu?


This aspect is handled  by dbconfig-common. If you run "dpkg-reconfigure
-plow roundcube-core", you will see a question asking for the host where
the  database is.  The  question  is not  displayed  on normal  priority
because it is assumed that most users will use a local database.

If you do not agree with  such an assumption, please reassign the bug to
dbconfig-common.  Otherwise, if  you  think that  your  bug is  handled,
please close it.

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