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RE: The krb5.h blues

From: Ayers, Mike
Subject: RE: The krb5.h blues
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 18:29:00 -0500

> From: Jonah Tsai [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: Monday, September 17, 2001 02:07 PM

> > From: "Ayers, Mike" <address@hidden> <mailto:address@hidden>
> > To: "'address@hidden'" 
> <mailto:&apos;address@hidden&apos;> <address@hidden> 
> <mailto:address@hidden>
> > Subject: The krb5.h blues
> > Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:50:11 -0500
> > 
> > 
> >     I'm trying to install 1.11.1p1 onto a Solaris8 system.  It seems
> > that no matter how I configure it, I get the krb5.h not 
> found problem in
> > server.c.  I've tried configuring --without-gssapi, but 
> that didn't help.
> > Is there any way around this?
> > 

> You will probably want to use --with-krb4=<...> and 
> --with-gss-api=yes 
> --enable-encryption flags, if a kerbeoized CVS is what you're aiming 
> for. These flags will get you a kerberoized CVS with "gserver" in 
> client/server mode.

        What I want is an unkerberized CVS, but there does not seem to be
any way to build one.  I don't need kerberos4, kerberos5, GSSAPI, or even a
server, but even if I turn all of these off, it still wants krb5.h in
server.c.  I guess I'm stuck building kerberos just to compile CVS...


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