[389-announce] Announcing 389 Directory Server version Testing

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The 389 Project team is pleased to announce the release of 389-ds-base- No new features were added after alpha 8, just many bug fixes. There are also 389-adminutil, 389-admin, and 389-dsgw packages in Testing.

NEW: EL6 support

Beginning with RHEL 6.2, the 389-ds-base package is included in the base OS. Therefore, the 389-ds-base package can no longer be provided via EPEL, due to RHEL/EPEL packaging restrictions.

However, the 389 Project will still make the full 389-ds-base package available via http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/rmeggins/389-ds-base. See http://directory.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Download for more information.

NEW: Issue Tracking System

We have moved our ticket tracking system from the Red Hat Bugzilla https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=389 to our Fedora Hosted Trac https://fedorahosted.org/389. All of the old 389 bugs have been copied to Trac. All new bugs, feature requests, and tasks should be entered in Trac

This link shows all of the issues fixed in the 1.2.10 branch - https://fedorahosted.org/389/report/12

NEW: Plugin Authors

WARNING: Plugins should be made transaction aware so that they can be called from within a backend pre/post transaction plugin. Otherwise, attempting to perform an internal operation will cause a deadlock. See http://directory.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Plugins


 yum install --enablerepo=updates-testing 389-ds
 # or for EPEL
yum install --enablerepo=epel-testing [--enablerepo=epel-testing-389-ds-base] 389-ds


yum upgrade --enablerepo=updates-testing 389-ds-base idm-console-framework 389-admin 389-ds-console 389-admin-console 389-dsgw 389-adminutil
 # or for EPEL
yum upgrade --enablerepo=epel-testing [--enablerepo=epel-testing-389-ds-base] 389-ds-base idm-console-framework 389-admin 389-ds-console 389-admin-console 389-dsgw 389-adminutil
 setup-ds-admin.pl -u

How to Give Feedback

The best way to provide feedback is via the Fedora Update system.

* Go to https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates
* In the Search box in the upper right hand corner, type in the name of the package * In the list, find the version and release you are using (if you're not sure, use rpm -qi <package name> on your system) and click on the release * On the page for the update, scroll down to "Add a comment" and provide your input

Or just send us an email to 389-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Reporting Issues


More Information
* Release Notes - http://port389.org/wiki/Release_Notes
* Install_Guide - http://port389.org/wiki/Install_Guide
* Download - http://port389.org/wiki/Download

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