2011/7/25 Rich Megginson<rmeggins(a)redhat.com>:
> On 07/20/2011 07:41 AM, Alexander Jung wrote:
>> I try to use the autoenrollment proxy with the most recent dogtag.
>> Unfourtunately it seems that its been a while since somebody touched
>> that code and the aep does not support the port seperation in the more
>> recent dogtag versions (since 1.2).
>> I'd like to update the source, but I could not download it from the
>> fedora-cvs server as described in
>> Where can I download the most recent aep source code ?
> The code has been moved to fedorahosted.org
- I've updated
ok, I checked the source successfully out, made it compile with
Visual Studio 2010 and extended it to work with port-separated
versions of dogtag/RedHat CS.
I'll prepare a new version for distribution and upload it to fedorahosted.org
Where can I place a binary ?
You are free to host your own binary.
If you want the project to provide a hosted binary, please file a bug at
and request them to provide a binary package.
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