Remove Heimdal Kerberos from my FreeBSD
rik at cronyx.ru
Mon Jul 18 07:31:01 GMT 2005
Vladimir Terziev wrote:
> Yes, i deleted it along with all libs related to it. This caused telnet/ssh/etc to stop working. So i rebuilt the world with NO_KERBEROS=yes and now all is like a charm -- no Heimdal Kerberos and no software depending on it.
> I think making the Heimdal Kerberos part of the base FreeBSD OS is bad idea, but linking base software (like telnet, ssh), which is part of the base FreeBSD OS, against it, is very very bad idea.
Why? Yes, all current OSs have a lot of useless things from some one
point of view.
For example, at work I do not need X while driver development, but at
home I need it.
At home I may not need almost all development tools.
This is normal. If I want to setup a system fast and without additional
efforts I'll setup
a typical options. And I'll start use it as fast as it would be up. Most
peoples do the
It is better to have all thing in generic system that suits the majority.
If you want to setup a custom system, you need to do it manually.
>On Sun, 17 Jul 2005 22:02:04 +0930
>"Daniel O'Connor" <doconnor at gsoft.com.au> wrote:
>>On Sunday 17 July 2005 02:26, Dominic Marks wrote:
>>>In /etc/make.conf put
>>>Then build a new world. That should do the trick.
>>This won't remove it, it will just not update it.
>>You would have to delete it by hand.
>>Telnet/ssh/etc don't have to depend on Kerberos and if you use the above
>>option they will be built without Kerb support.
>>Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
>>for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
>>"The nice thing about standards is that there
>>are so many of them to choose from."
>> -- Andrew Tanenbaum
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