I'm happy to announce the release of perdition 1.19-rc4
* Fix parsing of NIS maps
* Fix a segmentation fault on start-up when the bind_address configuration
option is used.
* Fix handling of the debug and quiet options when specified a configuration
* Building without PAM libraries installed
* Documentation enhancements
A full change log is provided by the Mercurial repository
Perdition 1.19-rc3 and the vanessa libraries that it depends on
are available from:
Debian unstable packages have been uploaded to Debian.Org
and should be available in the Debian archive within 24 hours.
I will endeavour to get these new packages included in
testing and thus the up-coming Squeeze release.
Packages for various RPM based distributions are being built by the SUSE
build service and should be available shortly from