1. 15 May, 2000 7 commits
  2. 14 May, 2000 1 commit
  3. 13 May, 2000 13 commits
  4. 12 May, 2000 11 commits
  5. 11 May, 2000 8 commits
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      Fix off-by-one in allocation of urlpre · 3ea2de7a
      Howard Chu authored
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      Removed XLDFLAGS, unnecessary · 43e97bfb
      Howard Chu authored
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      More fixes for NT support: · 2e5e4c3f
      Howard Chu authored
        liblutil/ntservice.c change registry key path used for non-default
        	service names.
        slapd/Makefile.in change to generate slapd.syms dynamically
        slapd/daemon.c fix to make NT service ignore SIGBREAK
        slapd/main.c fix to allow NT to retrieve listening url from registry
        slapd/nt_svc.c fix for exported symbols
        slapd/result.c change use of strerror to sock_errstr
        slapd/slapd.syms no longer needed
    • Kurt Zeilenga's avatar
      Change negotiated mechanism: · 643864c5
      Kurt Zeilenga authored
      	If application provide one, use it.  If application doesn't
      	provide one, use best of server advertised.
      Fix SASL/ANONYMOUS (not normally used, but should work)
      PLAIN is not currently working... might be local to me as my
      Cyrus installation is a bit hosted.
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      Fix one more chk_unix ifdef · 7ca81c0a
      Howard Chu authored
    • Kurt Zeilenga's avatar
      Fix unbalanced #endif · cdb709fd
      Kurt Zeilenga authored
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      Change RCS Id to OpenLDAP keyword · 47a6da5c
      Howard Chu authored
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      Added support for AIX security database: · 605832ea
      Howard Chu authored
        configure.in: check for AIX security library, set in AUTH_LIBS macro
        top.mk: add AUTH_LIBS macro to SECURITY_LIBS
        portable.h.in: added HAVE_AIX_SECURITY macro (via autoheader)
        passwd.c: use AIX getuserpw in chk_unix. Also fix logic in chk_unix:
        	getpwnam must always succeed for the given user. It is not a
      	fatal error if getspnam returns no result for the user: On
      	systems that support /etc/shadow, its usage is optional. The
      	same logic applies for AIX, SCO/HP SecureWare, etc.