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@@ -133,12 +133,12 @@ FIXME: Pakete entfernen
FIXME: rfc2739.schema muss raus bzw darf niht zurückgemerged werden
FIXME: Pakete recompilern für opelssl
-OpenLDAP has been updated to version 2.4.23 in this release of Kolab. As this
-introduces many changes to your LDAP setup, please read these instructions
+OpenLDAP has been updated to version 2.4.23 in this release of Kolab. As this
+introduces many changes to your LDAP setup, please read these instructions
carefully.
-Due to a change in OpenLDAP's core.schema the 'countryName' or 'c' attribute
-no longer allows using free text but only 2-letter codes from ISO 3166. If you
+Due to a change in OpenLDAP's core.schema the 'countryName' or 'c' attribute
+no longer allows using free text but only 2-letter codes from ISO 3166. If you
use the 'countryName' attribute to store data, you will have to continue using
your old core.schema or to replace your own values with ISO country codes.
@@ -166,17 +166,17 @@ Both procedures are described here as follows.
Replacing values (recommended)
-Because of the unlimited number of possible values we cannot provide an
+Because of the unlimited number of possible values we cannot provide an
upgrade script. , but here is a little help for you:
4. To get a list of values used in the countryName attribute run
# grep ^c: ~/kolab-2.2.4.ldif | awk '{print $2}' | sort -u
-5. Replace the values with the ISO country codes from
+5. Replace the values with the ISO country codes from
http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_code_elements
To replace for example "Germany" with the code "DE", run
-
+
# sed 's|^c: Germany|c: DE|g' ~/kolab-2.2.4.ldif > ~/kolab-2.3.0.ldif
6. Import the ldif again
@@ -185,9 +185,9 @@ upgrade script. , but here is a little help for you:
Keeping old values
-If you cannot change the countryName attributes of your users, you need do
-continue using your old core.schema. Make sure to do a backup before you
-upgrade to Kolab 2.3 and restore the file from the backup once the upgrade is
+If you cannot change the countryName attributes of your users, you need do
+continue using your old core.schema. Make sure to do a backup before you
+upgrade to Kolab 2.3 and restore the file from the backup once the upgrade is
done.
4. /kolab/etc/openldap/schema/core.schema will be saved as core.rpmsave,
@@ -198,19 +198,19 @@ done.
FIXME: verify that the file is really saved as rpmsave
FIXME: is core.ldif needed?
-In previous versions of the Kolab Server, the distinguishing name (dn) to name
-users was built from their common name (cn) attribute and the cn was built
-from the attributes 'givenName' (e.g. John) and 'sn' (Doe). Therefore it was
-not possible to have two users of the same name or two accounts for the same
+In previous versions of the Kolab Server, the distinguishing name (dn) to name
+users was built from their common name (cn) attribute and the cn was built
+from the attributes 'givenName' (e.g. John) and 'sn' (Doe). Therefore it was
+not possible to have two users of the same name or two accounts for the same
person (cn=John Doe) since each dn must be distinct.
-Kolab 2.3 uses the 'uid' attribute to build the dn. This change is backwards
-compatible. Existing users will continue to use the old dn while new users
-will be created following the new scheme. This means that you can create an
+Kolab 2.3 uses the 'uid' attribute to build the dn. This change is backwards
+compatible. Existing users will continue to use the old dn while new users
+will be created following the new scheme. This means that you can create an
account with the same cn after the upgrade.
-To take however full advantage of the new scheme, you need to convert your
-LDAP with the script 'phpdn' from FIXME. To convert your existing
+To take however full advantage of the new scheme, you need to convert your
+LDAP with the script 'phpdn' from FIXME. To convert your existing
LDAP, please run the following commands as root or user 'kolab':
FIXME: needs to be checked
@@ -219,9 +219,9 @@ FIXME: needs to be checked
# php phpdn.php -i old-format.ldif -o new-format.ldif
# /kolab/sbin/slappadd < ~/new-format.ldif
-Synchronization between master and slaves is now performed using syncrepl
-instead of slurpd. This change requires no further modifications on your side,
-but if you are running multiple Kolab servers, make sure to upgrade them at
+Synchronization between master and slaves is now performed using syncrepl
+instead of slurpd. This change requires no further modifications on your side,
+but if you are running multiple Kolab servers, make sure to upgrade them at
the same time.