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>Due to some compilation failures on some systems I have revamped the
>configure code to look for individual GSSAPI libraries.
>The interesting bit is that I managed to remove four out of five of 
>libraries we were attempting to use under Linux and it compiles and
>links fine.  To think I spent several hours tracing those libraries 
>and installing libcrypto.
>Unfortunately, I can't test the behavior on some important OSs like
>IRIX & Solaris.  Would anyone like to volunteer to try and compile it
>for me?  It shouldn't be much work - just compile attempts, reports 
>me of which functions can't be found and maybe which libraries to 
>them in on particular systems.  I imagine we could be done in an hour 
>less per OS if everyone responded quickly to their email.

I'll test on Solaris if you want.  As long as I don't need to use my 
brain too much I can run it as a background task.

Stephen Rasku                   E-mail: address@hidden
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TGI Technologies

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