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#361 fixed we know that libuuid and mit conflict; don't syslog it andersk geofft

Reported by geofft, 13 years ago.

Description

Although we should deal with renumbering mit or whatever we choose to do (see #299) eventually, that's not going to happen soon. In the meantime, it's kind of useless to keep syslogging

Sep  1 13:54:24 tyger hal-acl-tool: nss_nonlocal: removing local group 101 (libuuid) from non-local user geofft 
Sep  1 13:54:24 tyger last message repeated 4 times
Sep  1 13:54:24 tyger getent: nss_nonlocal: removing local group 101 (libuuid) from non-local user geofft 
Sep  1 13:54:24 tyger hal-acl-tool: nss_nonlocal: removing local group 101 (libuuid) from non-local user geofft 
Sep  1 13:54:26 tyger last message repeated 62 times

etc. since that message doesn't help anyone: users don't care, and the Debathena team isn't taking any additional action because that message continues to appear on everyone's system.

I see three mostly-reasonable courses of action:

  1. Special-case libuuid/mit in the logging function
  2. Suppress this error entirely -- have we seen it be useful for debugging?
  3. Don't print the error more than once per session (although "session" probably poorly defined for an NSS module)
#565 fixed We don't write maintainer scripts for the #PACKAGE# package broder

Reported by broder, 12 years ago.

Description

The template maintainer scripts in /usr/share/debhelper/dh_make/debian have a #PACKAGE# marker in them.

Normally that gets filled in by dh_make, but if you don't use dh_make and copy the template by hand (or copy it from another package), you should replace #PACKAGE# with the actual package name.

We've forgotten to do this a whole bunch of times; we should hunt them down and clean them up.

#714 wontfix webmail.mit.edu and Firefox warn-on-redirect don't work well geofft

Reported by geofft, 12 years ago.

Description

There's a somewhat-questionable feature in Firefox in preferences, "Warn me when websites try to redirect or reload the page". Apparently if you enable this and try to log in to webmail, you don't get warned at all on redirect.php, but you just get a blank page. Reloading gets you the "expected" warning that you can click on to permit the redirect.

I haven't debugged this in any detail, but my naïve suspicion is that the remember-your-password prompt, that uses the same warning mechanism (a little bar at the top of the client area with a button on the right), is preventing display of the okay-to-redirect prompt.

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