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#369 fixed gdm-config needs to be entirely rewritten for Karmic’s gdm andersk

Reported by andersk, 15 years ago.


GDM was rewritten from scratch after Jaunty’s 2.20, and works completely differently.

  • It doesn’t support XML themes.
  • gdm.conf is gone; it’s now configured entirely through gconf.
  • It gives you a user list by default; you need to click “Other…” to get a username textbox. (I think this is configurable?)
  • There’s now a notification area. (Maybe it could be used for running nm-applet inside gdm?)
#379 fixed debathena-kerberos-config depends krb4-config, which is gone in squeeze andersk

Reported by andersk, 15 years ago.

Source: debathena-kerberos-config
Build-Depends: @cdbs@, krb5-config, krb4-config, debathena-maybe-apparmor, debathena-cups

Package: debathena-kerberos-config
Depends: krb5-config, krb4-config, krb5-user, krb5-clients, ntp | ntp-server | time-daemon, ntpdate | time-daemon, ${misc:Depends}
kerberos-configs (2.1) experimental; urgency=low 
  * Remove krb4-config and Kerberos 4 support
 -- Sam Hartman <>  Tue, 21 Jul 2009 10:56:12 -0400 
#383 fixed config-package-dev quoting bug fails to disallow transformation of generated conffiles andersk

Reported by andersk, 15 years ago.


Our original intention with the config-package-dev API was to disallow transformation of a generated conffiles, because there is no md5sum with which to check that the file is unmodified in the current build environment. Instead, one should transform the source of the generated conffile, e.g. /usr/share/kerberos-configs/krb.conf.template instead of /etc/krb.conf.debathena, as I think we do with all the current Debathena packages.

However, a quoting bug in causes this test to never trip:

$(call debian_check_files_tmp,%): package = $(shell dpkg -S $(name) | grep -v "^diversion by" | cut -f1 -d:)
$(call debian_check_files_tmp,%): $(truename)
	[ -n $(package) ]

since both [ -n ] and [ -n foo ] return true.

Apparently XVM is a consumer of this API bug (/etc/postgresql/8.3/main/postgresql.conf in invirt-database), although that could easily be fixed.

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