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Tracy Brown wrote:
> I'm looking into building CVS with Kerberos support. Docs say that I need V4
> - has anyone tried compiling CVS 1.11 with the V5 codebase of Kerberos? All
> commentary appreciated. Secondly, I'm running 1.11 and I'm curious to the
> stability of the development snapshot...


The Kerberos connection method in CVS is specifically for Kerberos 4.  
Kerberos 5 is supported by the GSSAPI connection method instead.

All you need to do is ensure that Kerberos 5 is installed, and configure 
CVS compilation with "--with-gssapi".  (Well, you also need to add a 
"cvs/<server hostname>" principal and so on...)

For more information you can consult the Cederqvist, section 2.9.4.


Brett Neumeier

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