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Re: CVS and Kerberos 5

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: CVS and Kerberos 5
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 15:03:55 -0400

"John W. Warner" wrote:

> Hi.
> I am trying to compile CVS and Kerberos5 (GSSAPI) and I'm not having
> any luck at all.
> Is there a binary version of CVS with kerberos support turned on?
> Is there any build documentation that I can obtain that would tell me
> where all the libraries are supposed to be.
> My binary distribution of Kerberos 5 is installed in /usr/local/krb5
There are binary Linux RPMs with KRB5 enabled on
.  I'm not sure about the condition of the other binaries, but they
probably _aren't_ using Kerberos.  You might want to make sure you are
using 1.11.1p1 if you are compiling it.  You can specify the location of
the KRB5 libs to the configure script using
--with-gssapi=/usr/local/krb5 or the like.

There isn't much documentation of the Kerberos support.  Reading the
configure scripts is often the best you can do at the moment if it
doesn't work automatically.  If you figure it out and would like to
contribute documentation patches, patches are always welcome!

You might try searching the address@hidden and address@hidden email
archives.  This subject has come up occasionally in the past.  There are
archives located at , , and .

Please send further inquiries of this nature to the address@hidden or
address@hidden mailing lists.  Many people read thoses lists and many
know more about Kerberos than myself.  Thanks.


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