How do we like our base kerberos? Will it flee soon?
Joerg.Pulz at frm2.tum.de
Fri Nov 12 17:03:41 UTC 2010
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On Fri, 12 Nov 2010, Leon Meßner wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 04:22:57PM +0100, Joerg Pulz wrote:
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>> On Wed, 10 Nov 2010, Leon Meßner wrote:
>>> What i didn't try:
>>> - Use the port.
>> please take a look at ports/152030 and the patches i mentioned in the PR.
>> With applied ports/152030 and the world patch applied, you should be able
>> to build a world fully against the security/heimdal port by simply
>> specifying WITH_KERBEROS_PORT=1 in /etc/src.conf and HEIMDAL_HOME=<prefix>
>> (normally /usr/local) in /etc/make.conf.
>> You should specify WITHOUT_KERBEROS=1 in /etc/src.conf to avoid mess and
>> confusion with two different heimdal version installed.
>> Don't forget to install the security/heimdal port first.
>> Comments are welcome.
> Did exactly as told and everything worked fine. Im currently in the
> process of rebuilding gssapi dependent software. Will tell if it fixed
> my issue.
good to hear that everything went fine for you.
If you're using 8.x you should remove some of the leftover kerberos/gssapi
libraries by yourself as the ObsoleteFiles list is still incomplete in
8.x and 'make delete-old delete-old-libs' will not remove everything.
in /usr/lib and /usr/lib32
libasn1* libgssapi* libhdb* libheimntlm* libhx509*
libkadm5* libkafs5* libkrb5*
If you're using CURRENT then everything is removed by 'make delete-old
If you're using security/cyrus-sasl2 with GSSAPI please take a look at
If you're using databases/postgresql*-server, net/freeradius(2) or
security/openssh-portable please take a look at PR/152029.
The beginning is the most important part of the work.
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