On (02/02/18 11:54), Jakub Hrozek wrote:
>In the non-working cases, I see the name qualified where it shouldn't be
>e.g:
>[(&(sAMAccountName=u...@domain.ad)(objectclass=user)(sAMAccountName=*)(objectSID=*))][DC=DOMAIN,DC=AD].
> 
>while in the working case, the name in the filter is just 
>'samaccoutnname=user'.
>
>This is a bug, but at the same time, there's been a number of commits in
>that area that might fix the bug..
>
>Since you are running CentOS, I guess you are not worried about losing a
>support contract :-) so I'm wondering if you could test the 1.16.x release
>from our test repos?
>
>That said, I don't see our 1.16 release in the
>https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/groups/g/sssd/coprs/ repositories.
>
>Lukas, is building the 1.16 release something we just forgot to do?
>
Actually not.

1.15 continuously moved to 1.16 and there is not any upstream branch for 1.15
Therefore we have 1.16 in copr sssd-1-15

https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/g/sssd/sssd-1-15/builds/

I know it might be a little bit confusing.

LS
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