Subject: Re: Kerberos
To: John C. Hayward <>
From: Mark P. Gooderum <>
List: current-users
Date: 10/03/1994 07:45:46
My updated Kerberos stuff is in in two
tar files.  This is kerberosIV that works with current:

	kerberos.netfreebsd.tar.gz - kerberosIV tree including kadmind and
					other fun stuff
	netbsdsrc.tar.gz - NetBSD srcs that have relevant kerberos changes,
				(login, rsh, rlogin, rlogind, rshd)

Both tars are relative to /usr/src.

The kerberosIV tree has the err headers and command parsers generated.
If they need to be regenerated, manually run all the XXX_err: and std:
targets.  These targets assume obj subdirs to get at the programs, the
rest don't.

You still have to build and install the libraries first, then build the
rest of the tree.  There may still be a few bogons lurking if you build
the whole thing from scratch.  Mainly some makefiles may be missing
a -DKERBEROS_SRC, this is used to let des.h and a few other headers get by
without all the machine conf files which aren't needed for kerberos clients.

Feel free to clean this up, esp. splitting the tree into lib and bin dirs.

Everything works except kerberos rsh (rlogin works, both encrypted and not)
and passwd -k (kpasswd need kadmind running of course).

Good luck,
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