Fri, Jun 22
Thu, Jun 21
So, you're saying the we need testers for this configuration before we put it in the handbook as official instructions?
Wed, Jun 20
Applied all the modifications suggested by @bcr . Thank you!
The line-breaking were a first attempt to handle too-long lines, your solution is far better. A couple of comments:
Tue, Jun 19
s/Another/A/ as requested by @eadler
Mon, Jun 18
A few suggestions, mostly about line breaks with a few textual corrections.
May 30 2018
May 29 2018
May 20 2018
Re opengroup link. The earliest archived version on archive.org is from 1999 & that redirects to http://www.UNIX-systems.org/online.html, Not sure where to fish out the IEEE Std 1003.1, 2004 Edition details from there though.
May 11 2018
May 10 2018
A new version with a more concise text in the first part is available.
Correction of the first part. The original text has been restored till the slapd.ldif example. The first section of slapd.ldif configuration has been significantly shortened, and many not necessary flaws have been deleted. If this is ok, the remainder can be modified following the same method.
The whole chapter
is also attached.
May 9 2018
You'll need to rebase after my push. Sorry.
Is it planned to address the client side (e.g., nss-pam-ldapd) or just the server?
May 8 2018
Apr 18 2018
Reference svnlite(1) as suggested by @eadler.
Apr 6 2018
Excellent, I think this can go in now.
Thank you for working on it.
Only two small nits that I found.
Put back the origin changes proposed by @seanc.
Apologies, I misread the last comment. Let me see if I can undo my changes.
Revamp changeset to include only the note on older version jails on head.
Apr 4 2018
Apr 3 2018
Apr 2 2018
@jilles Thank you for your feedback!
Thanks for writing missing documentation.
Apr 1 2018
Jan 27 2018
I agree with @seanc; we can expect users to understand 93 as a placeholder for some version, referencing old versions or dates gives the impression that the document as a whole is might have outdated information.
Update comments from @mat
While this sed -e 's/93/111/' seems nice, it is really not needed.