Subject: Re: bin/26616
To: Hauke Fath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rui Paulo <rpaulo@NetBSD.org>
Date: 09/21/2005 12:42:44
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On 2005.09.21 13:25:32 +0200, Hauke Fath wrote:
| Rui Paulo wrote:
| >| Since 6.1, you can switch off the "path beautifying" that led to the=
| >| problem with smbmount by adding
| >| normalize_slashes=3Dno
| >| to /etc/amd.conf, which is way cleaner than the patch in my PR. So, th=
| >| 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 i=
| The patch is ugly, and maps will have to be changed again when moving to=
| the next release
I have to admit that I didn't read the patch carefully.
| (assuming netbsd-3 will eventually see an amd update).=20
Yes, I hope so.
| 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=20
| would be nice to have both for older NetBSD releases and for testing new=
| am-utils releases before importing.
It should be easy, but right now pkgsrc is in freeze.
-- Rui Paulo
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