On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 9:49 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount firstname.lastname@example.org:
--On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 9:06 PM -0300 Listas de Correo < email@example.com> wrote:
Would you mind to provide me more details about the bugs and potential
problems of using Debian packages? I'm not putting your statements in doubt, I just need to have solid and documented arguments to convince my boss that this extra work is really needed.
Read the release notes for OpenLDAP:
The FAQ from the Debian OpenLDAP package maintainers:
The use of GnuTLS (What Debian links to instead of OpenSSL) is harmful:
Ok, thanks for the info, I will look into it right away.
I have an additional question about compiling from source: how do you handle upgrades? In Debian, I've just use apt-get upgrade, in the case of compiliing yourself, you just compile and then 'make install'? Is that enough or do you need to do any previous housekeeping? (I'm asking because I haven't found any mention of upgrade in the Administrator's Guide)