Re: MIT Kerberos and OpenSSH

From: Gareth Hopkins (ghopkins_at_uunet.co.za)
Date: 01/11/05

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    Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 19:02:27 +0200 (SAST)
    To: Marian Hettwer <MH@kernel32.de>
    
    

    On Tue, 11 Jan 2005, Marian Hettwer wrote:

    MH>Hej There,
    MH>
    MH>Jeremie Le Hen wrote:
    MH>>
    MH>>
    MH>> I'm not a buildworld guru, but I think that with NO_KERBEROS=yes,
    MH>> /usr/bin/sshd(8) will obviously NOT be linked with any krb library.
    MH>not true at all. NO_KERBEROS=yes says that heimdal kerberos shouldn't be
    MH>compiled, AFAIK.
    MH>
    MH>> IMHO, you should build OpenSSH from ports with the KERBEROS=yes knob.
    MH>>
    MH>that's the way I would go.
    MH>However, you need to make sure that the Ports OpenSSH doesn't interfer with
    MH>the Base OpenSSH.

    Howdie,

            Thanks for the replies. The reason for setting NO_KERBEROS is I do
    not want heimdal kerberos built, as I want to use the MIT package.

            There must be a way to get the base system openssh to build against
    the installed MIT port.

    ---
    Gareth Hopkins
    Server Operations
    UUNET South Africa
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