Subject: Re: bin/26616
To: Rui Paulo <rpaulo@NetBSD.org>
From: Hauke Fath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/21/2005 13:25:32
Rui Paulo wrote:
> | Since 6.1, you can switch off the "path beautifying" that led to the
> | problem with smbmount by adding
> | normalize_slashes=no
> | to /etc/amd.conf, which is way cleaner than the patch in my PR. So, the
> | proper fix would be an upgrade to 6.1.x.
> There are no plans to upgrade to 6.1.x on the netbsd-2 branch. The
> best thing we could do is commit the patch in the PR and be happy with it.
The patch is ugly, and maps will have to be changed again when moving to
the next release (assuming netbsd-3 will eventually see an amd update).
I'd rather see this unchanged - it's not a critical bug, you can always
work around it with a wrapper script, or a static mount - than hacked.
Since you seem to think about updating am-utils in -current: Do you have
any idea how much work it'd take to create an am-utils package? That
would be nice to have both for older NetBSD releases and for testing new
am-utils releases before importing.
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