Fedora Core 2 Update: libuser-0.52.5-0.FC2.1
Posted on: 10/13/2004 05:06 PM

A new libuser packages is available for Fedora Core 2

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2004-339
2004-10-13
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Product : Fedora Core 2
Name : libuser
Version : 0.52.5
Release : 0.FC2.1
Summary : A user and group account administration library.
Description :
The libuser library implements a standardized interface for manipulating and administering user and group accounts. The library uses pluggable back-ends to interface to its data sources.

Sample applications modeled after those included with the shadow password suite are included.

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Update Information:

This update fixes many bugs, mostly in the LDAP backend and the Python bindings.

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* Tue Oct 12 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.5-0.FC2.1

- Build for Fedora Core 2

* Tue Oct 12 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.5-1

- Fix home directory renaming in ADMIN.modifyUser (#135280)
- Further Python reference counting fixes

* Sun Oct 10 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.4-1

- Fix memory leaks (#113730)
- Build with updated translations

* Wed Sep 29 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.3-1

- Fix compilation without libuser headers already installed (#134085)

* Tue Sep 28 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.2-1

- Allow LDAP connection using ldaps, custom ports or without TLS (original patch from Pawel Salek).

* Mon Sep 27 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52.1-1

- Fix freecon() of uninitialized value in files/shadow module

* Mon Sep 27 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.52-1

- Usable LDAP backend (#68052, #99435, #130404)
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

* Fri Sep 24 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.51.12-1

- Don't claim success and exception at the same time (#133479)
- LDAP fixes, second round
- Various other bugfixes

* Thu Sep 23 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.51.11-1

- Allow documented optional arguments in Python
ADMIN.{addUser,modifyUser,deleteUser} (#119812)
- Add man pages for lchfn and lchsh
- LDAP fixes, first round
- Avoid file conflict on multilib systems
- Call ldconfig correctly

* Fri Sep 03 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.51.10-1

- Don't attempt to lookup using original entity name after entity
modification (rename in particular) (#78376, #121252)
- Fix copying of symlinks from /etc/skel (#87572, original patch from gLaNDix)
- Make --enable-quota work, and fix the quota code to at least compile (#89114)
- Fix several bugs (#120168, original patch from Steve Grubb)
- Don't hardcode python version in spec file (#130952, from Robert Scheck)
- Properly integrate the SELinux patch, it should actually be used now, even
though it was "enabled" since 0.51.7-6

* Tue Aug 31 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.51.9-1

- Fix various typos
- Document library interfaces
- Build all shared libraries with -fPIC (#72536)

* Wed Aug 25 2004 Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com - 0.51.8-1

- Update to build with latest autotools and gtk-doc
- Update ALL_LINGUAS and POTFILES.in
- Rebuild to depend on newer openldap


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This update can be downloaded from:
http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/2/

cb54affe8382dbc0c4214330a501e7ac SRPMS/libuser-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.src.rpm
14bac2e016f386d375576801d4dc7020 x86_64/libuser-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.x86_64.rpm
d1b7dde748e4c75c65bf64e0a7d22ff2 x86_64/libuser-devel-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.x86_64.rpm401ae4af2f24ddaa5cc126e1833a5dcd x86_64/debug/libuser-debuginfo-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.x86_64.rpm
b169e6a5f2457979ed1ba2a14597147c i386/libuser-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.i386.rpm
7246ceac99abb9ab5d0d134da35fc118 i386/libuser-devel-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.i386.rpm
8ba0c982f03a14339fc564318f998630 i386/debug/libuser-debuginfo-0.52.5-0.FC2.1.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.


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