[Pkg-shadow-devel] Bugreport for shadow-126.96.36.199
nicolas.francois at centraliens.net
Tue Jun 21 21:33:17 UTC 2011
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 05:51:04PM +0000, jdc843 at sccoast.net wrote:
> This message has 4 topics. The third one is the reason for this message.
> #1 - Someone needs to update the maintainers list in the README file in
> the shadow package.
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I cannot find nicolas.francios at centraliens.net on README.
You must have a cut & paste issue.
> ----- Original message -----
> #2 - Why this is going to the mailing list and not via the bug
> reporting system.
> I couldn't file the report on the debian website because I couldn't find a link to create
> a new bugreport. I tried creating an account but, after confirming my email address, my
> login was rejected. Maybe Debian's server is very slow.
I never used the web interface to report a bug.
I can't fix this in the shadow package.
> #3 - A bug
> Problem :
> './configure --help' states that --with-libcrack defaults to 'yes' if
> found and PAM is not enabled.
> I'm not an autotools expert but I haven't found that conditional
> statement in configure.in
> '--with-libcrack' must be added to the './configure'
> commandline if cracklib is installed and the shadow package is to use
> it. Because shadow's configure.in file sets 'with_libcrack="no" unless
> '--with-libcrack' is used. REF: configure.in line# 255
I will fix this in the next version to indicate that the default is 'no'.
> #4 - Off topic :
> We have auto(this-and-that) to automatically install software packages.
> Why can't someone come up with an auto-reportbug program so that bug
> reporters don't have to spend a lot of time trying to find out where to
> file bugreports and to whom ? I've spent at least 1/2 an hour trying to
> send this to you. And I have several more bugs to report for other
> software. I'll send them some other time. Maybe. I think that glib or is
> it glibc? has a bugreport program specifically tailored for it's use.
> But it wants sendmail which I don't have. Oh well.
The automatic bugreport tool on Debian is named reportbug.
You usually only have to indicate the name of the package you are
reporting a bug on.
Finding our on the library which cause some issues might take some
time. You may report you bug on the program which use the various libraries
and move the workload to the maintainer of the program, but that might not
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