On Mon, 2008-12-29 at 13:48 +0100, Nicolas Michel wrote:
I'm trying to put my linux into a Microsoft domain (I'm on Ubuntu 8.10). This is done with the "likewise-open" package. I'm using Evolution to get my mails from an exchange server. But for now, I have to authenticate with a user and password, remained by seahorse. I would like to configure Evolution to have a kerberos authentication.
Give up. This is one of the many regressions in 2.24. Kerberos no longer works. Not sure why a minor version upgrade could break such a feature, but it did. This is filed as bug #554182 (http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=554182) and confirmed by others at the Gnome bugzilla tracker but it appears to be getting no attention at all from the developers. In fact it has not even been triaged yet. You know, I'd be very disturbed to know that some Evo. developers were actively working on new features when there have been so many regressions in 2.24 and yet no-one is working on them. b.
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