Correct build order for MIT krb5 and ssh
Michael D. Norwick
mnorwick at centurytel.net
Sat Jun 17 06:10:57 UTC 2006
I'm not sure if this is the right group for this question, but I am
still fairly new to FreeBSD so I thought I would start here first.
I have been trying to get a working MIT Kerberos KDC on a server running
6.1-Release. I have been able to keep the heimdal version from being
built during several past 'make worlds' and I have compiled and
installed MIT krb5 from /usr/ports (current per portmanager). I have
been getting an error tryiing to start sshd (also built from
/usr/ports), it complains about not finding 'libkrb5.so.8' then exits.
I have been able to start the KDC but have not gotten much further as I
would like to fix the ssh problem first. My questions are as follows:
1. Is libkrb5.so.8 a heimdal library?
2. Which source directories are the correct ones to use,
/usr/src/kerberos - /usr/src/secure, or /usr/ports/security/krb5 -
3. Why are there two different directories i.e; /usr/src and /usr/ports
for the same source?
4. How do I get 'kerberized' ssh and give configure directives to the
krb5 make to include GSSAPI support?
5. Is there a certain build order for MIT kerberos and openssh?
I have read both the Handbook and the 'Complete' book on this subject
and have not been able to glean enough information to get me going,
Google didn't help much either. I have 6 Debian clients, 2 WinXP
clients, and 1 Debian KDC slave and wanted this machine to be an MIT-KDC
master and yet avoid the apparent 'kadmin' server incompatibility
between Heimdal and MIT Kerberos (which all the Debian clients run). I
am also very comfortable with the MIT version. Any words of wisdom
would be greatly appreciated.
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