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.


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.


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