Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 162849
default build should be feature complete
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:09 EST
Description of problem:
--with ldap enable ldap support
--with mysql enable mysql support
--with pgsql enable postgresql support
--with extauth enable external authentication
should be all enabled by default, otherwise updates from Extras will break the
changing the build options to --without ...
same goes for TLS/SSL
Created attachment 116568 [details]
pureftpd.spec conditionals reversed
Created attachment 116570 [details]
spec file patch v2
use /etc/pki/pure-ftpd for ssl cert storage
That makes sense, I've applied the patch. Rebuild underway.
Do we really need to build pure-ftpd feature complete? In my case (mostly
anonymous public servers) it would mean to install the mysql and postgres
libraries (among other possible deps).
pure-ftpd i386 1.0.20-3.fc4 extras 226 k
Installing for dependencies:
mysql i386 4.1.12-2.FC4.1 updates-released 2.8 M
perl-DBI i386 1.48-4 base 571 k
postgresql-libs i386 8.0.3-1 base 180 k
Would it be possible to do something like in vim and create the following
packages (package names not mandatory):
* pure-ftpd-minimal (minimal features as in pure-ftpd-1.0.20-2.fc3)
* pure-ftpd-enhanced (or full) (build feature complete)
Note: it will be tricky to be have both daemons installed (minimal and
Well, the problem is that the package can't be split, it's really compilation
options. There can't be a pure-ftpd-common, it's not plugin-based.
At least it only means installing the libs, not the servers...
I'll ask upstream for a plugin system, but it looks to me like pure-ftpd was
designed for FreeBSD.
If someone has another option...
Principally the package could be split, but that would mean conflicting packages
(or an even bigger mess), I'm not sure if this would be acceptable for extras.
daemon (minimal compile options)
daemon (feature complete)
Jose, why don't you use vsftpd?
Reply to question of comment #7
Because I have been using it since since version 0.9x (0.97 or 0.99: don't
remember which) and it fulfilled all my needs (and was much easier to setup than
wu_ftpd or proftpd). Also IIRC vsftpd only appeared several years later.