openldap 2.4.42+dfsg-2ubuntu3.4 source package in Ubuntu

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openldap (2.4.42+dfsg-2ubuntu3.4) xenial; urgency=medium

  * d/apparmor-profile: update apparmor profile to allow reading of
    files needed when slapd is behaving as a kerberos/gssapi client
    and acquiring its own ticket. (LP: #1783183)

 -- Andreas Hasenack <email address hidden>  Tue, 23 Oct 2018 09:47:19 -0300

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Andreas Hasenack on 2018-11-13
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Binary packages built by this source

ldap-utils: OpenLDAP utilities

 This package provides utilities from the OpenLDAP (Lightweight
 Directory Access Protocol) package. These utilities can access a
 local or remote LDAP server and contain all the client programs
 required to access LDAP servers.

ldap-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ldap-utils

 This package provides utilities from the OpenLDAP (Lightweight
 Directory Access Protocol) package. These utilities can access a
 local or remote LDAP server and contain all the client programs
 required to access LDAP servers.

libldap-2.4-2: OpenLDAP libraries

 These are the run-time libraries for the OpenLDAP (Lightweight Directory
 Access Protocol) servers and clients.

libldap-2.4-2-dbg: Debugging information for OpenLDAP libraries

 This package provides detached debugging information for the OpenLDAP
 (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) libraries. It is useful
 primarily to permit better backtraces and crash dump analysis after
 problems with the libraries. GDB will find this debug information
 automatically.

libldap-2.4-2-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libldap-2.4-2

 These are the run-time libraries for the OpenLDAP (Lightweight Directory
 Access Protocol) servers and clients.

libldap2-dev: OpenLDAP development libraries

 This package allows development of LDAP applications using the OpenLDAP
 libraries. It includes headers, libraries and links to allow static and
 dynamic linking.

libldap2-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libldap2-dev

 This package allows development of LDAP applications using the OpenLDAP
 libraries. It includes headers, libraries and links to allow static and
 dynamic linking.

slapd: OpenLDAP server (slapd)

 This is the OpenLDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server
 (slapd). The server can be used to provide a standalone directory
 service.

slapd-dbg: Debugging information for the OpenLDAP server (slapd)

 This package provides detached debugging information for the OpenLDAP
 (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server (slapd). It is useful
 primarily to permit better backtraces and crash dump analysis after
 problems with the libraries. GDB will find this debug information
 automatically.

slapd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package slapd

 This is the OpenLDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server
 (slapd). The server can be used to provide a standalone directory
 service.

slapd-smbk5pwd: Keeps Samba and Kerberos passwords in sync within slapd.

 Extends the PasswordModify Extended Operation to update Kerberos keys
 and Samba password hashes for an LDAP user. The Kerberos support is
 written for Heimdal using its hdb-ldap backend. The Samba support is
 written using the Samba 3.0 LDAP schema.

slapd-smbk5pwd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package slapd-smbk5pwd

 Extends the PasswordModify Extended Operation to update Kerberos keys
 and Samba password hashes for an LDAP user. The Kerberos support is
 written for Heimdal using its hdb-ldap backend. The Samba support is
 written using the Samba 3.0 LDAP schema.