[Bug 197482] www/mod_auth_kerb2: /usr/local/libexec/apache22/mod_auth_kerb.so: Undefined symbol "gsskrb5_register_acceptor_identity"

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--- Comment #5 from Gushi <freebsdbugs at gushi.org> ---
Okay, so I've found the issue here, by looking back at old mailing list posts.

FreeBSD uses a somewhat modified heimdal kerberos in base.

Kerberos comes with a tool that tells compilers how to build kerberos-using
libraries and programs.  When FreeBSD modifies kerberos, they don't update the
tool correctly.

Ergo, the very simple one-line patch to this utility mentioned here in 2011,
fixes it:


So, on the solution -- It doesn't look like this was fixed in 8.x, at least
according to the dates on:


Further, on my 8.x machine, the official package for this port is also broken
in the exact same way -- this doesn't get caught because it's a runtime
failure, not a build-time one.

Whomever maintains this port should probably add ifdefines to get around this,
but the port *really should* be able to trust krb5-config.

Your best bet is to manually patch that one file, and rebuild.  This won't fix
the OSes, but at least it'll unstick you.

-Dan Mahoney

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