kadmin (heimdal port) ignores the ldap backend

Boris Samorodov bsam at ipt.ru
Mon Jun 6 15:00:41 GMT 2005

On Mon, 06 Jun 2005 13:59:48 +0200 fandino wrote:

> Scot Hetzel 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.

> ok, I see two possibles fixes:

> 1) set NO_KERBEROS in /etc/make.conf, it seems more painless solution
>     than making wrapper scripts around kadmin, kdc, kpasswd and all
>     kerberized programs.

You'll get non-kerberized apps. One of the most important is
sshd. Those from port uses imho MIT Kerberos implementation.

> 2) also setting HEIMDAL_HOME=/usr at /etc/make.conf can be another solution.

> Now, to send a problem report to the heimdal maintainer port I think 2) is better
> because it's easier overwrite the base system than locate and remove several files.

This one is better.

> what do you think about this?

And what about doing as-is now but changing LD_SEARCH order?


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