Clone of bug 165269, for RHEL 4. The bad buffer size is present in the RHEL4
branch. Not sure that it's possible to trigger the bad code path though; IIRC
e-d-s-1.0.* it didn't have LDAP contact editing.
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #165269 +++
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Description of problem:
Connect evolution to a localhost ldap server either fedora-ds or openldap (we
have tested with both).
Try and add a new contact -- Evolution-data-server crashes.
This does not occur in evolution 2.3.6 which is in rawhide.
We would like this fixed as it is the 1 major remaining thing that is holding
back our SOE at the organisation I am volunteering @.
This feature is important to small-medium sized businesses who don't have a HR
function and need to share contacts.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Evolution
2. Goto contacts
3.click right button add new address book
4. enter details for your ldap server (openldap or fedora-da)
5. ONLY Choose "never" for use encyrption (another bug that needs attention)
5. enter your login distingusihed name or email address.
6. ok close
7. click in address book area goto do a search.
8 you are asked for your password, give it and save.
9. go right button add new contact
10. enter some details.
11. click save and **CRASH***
This does not occur in 2.3.6 --- 2.3.6 works. Can you release an update to
evolution that is patched for this problem.
Actual Results: eds and openldap were stuffed -- restarted these add got back
Expected Results: A contact should have saved to the ldap server and this would
then be searchable and auto resolve when your typing a new mail if you set the
connection to mark as default when you're diong add new address book in contacts.
I think a patch for this is available upstream however i can't find it at the
moment. I would like this included in the next e-d-s /evolutetion update
(need to doublecheck that the erroneous codepath is never reached; possibly to
patch it nonetheless)
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