Yikes! FreeBSD samba-3.0.26a_2,
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remko at FreeBSD.org
Fri Dec 14 10:01:04 PST 2007
On Fri, December 14, 2007 5:37 pm, W. D. wrote:
> At 09:50 12/12/2007, Remko Lodder wrote:
>>W. D. wrote:
> Well, it's been 2 days now. When will the code be updated
> in the FreeBSD ports? The version on the Samba website is
> 3.0.28. (http://www.Samba.org/) Why is the FreeBSD ports
> version stuck at 3.0.26a_2,1?
I figure you have some spare time to help maintain these issues?
As you might be aware we are in the process of having a release
cycle and we are investigating which ports need to be upgraded
to do this properly without breaking an entire release.
THAT takes a little including rebuilding ports.
> If there are fixes available already on the Samba websites,
> why can't they be integrated into the ports?
They can, we are working on it Just have a little patience
> I neet to get a fileserver going right away. I would like
> to use Samba. Perhaps I should just load Windows on it?
Ah yes make my day and make it happen, just dont come back whining in case
it does not do what you would have expected or something. If you need the
thing urgently install it manually and be done with it.
> It seems to me that leaving a port broken like this is
> very "unprofessional". I would expect more from the folks
> maintaing FreeBSD.
Exactly; please go to the Windows team and install windows on your machine
to get more professional support, including paying for everything
You tend to forget that we are volunteers and cannot handle it all; if you
know better, please step up and work on it else stfu.
> When is it going to be fixed? Does "soon" mean this century?
> This year? When?
For you i'll make an exception for 2010...
For every other person, we will have this incorporated ASAP.
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