kadmin (heimdal port) ignores the ldap backend

Scot Hetzel swhetzel at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 13:00:58 PDT 2005


On 6/3/05, Boris Samorodov <bsam at ipt.ru> wrote:
> > I believe you have to set NO_KERBEROS in /etc/make.conf.  Then rebuild
> > & install the FreeBSD sources in /usr/src.  Then after the
> > installworld, you'll need to go to the /usr/lib directory and
> > move/remove all libs that are older than the date of the install.
> 
> > NOTE: I would also do a second installworld, after removing the
> > libraries.  Just incase something was removed that wasn't supposed to
> > be removed.
> 
> > Then install the KERBEROS hemidal port.
> 
> Hmm. And what about kerbesized applications (i.e. sshd) from the base
> system which I'd like to use with kerberos authentication?
> 
looks like you would have to install them from ports, unless you
hacked the sources to use KERBEROS installed from the port.

src/secure/usr.bin/ssh/Makefile
src/lib/libtelnet/Makefile
src/lib/libpam/modules/modules.inc

NOTE: there may be others

You would have to change the files to check if the hemdial libraries
are installed:

.if (defined(HEIMDAL_HOME) && exists(${HEIMDAL_HOME}/lib/libkrb5.so) )
|| !defined(NO_KERBEROS)

NOTE: you may also need to set LDFLAGS+=-L${HEIMDAL_HOME}/lib

And see if it compiles.

Scot


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