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"Furmaniuk, Michael" wrote:

>   I have done the find, and my original configure line worked for the most
> part, the question I have is whether or not I should be expecting to find
> the following two files in my Kerberos installation.
> ld: fatal: library -lasn1: not found
> ld: fatal: library -lroken: not found

These aren't installed on my system at all and glancing at,
configure is deciding whether to use them or not depending on where it finds

This is definately a bug as it should really be looking for particular
libraries and functions and setting LIBS according to that.

Anyhow, for now this probably means that you either have to find and install
the same GSSAPI installation I am using (the krb5-* packages distributed by
RedHat), or find those missing libraries.  I know RedHat for one has a search
engine that can find packages which provide particular libraries by name.  A
net search or a USENET search might turn something up as well (I tend to go to for USENET searches, but there may be others).


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