Subject: Re: kerberos question
To: Tom Yu <tlyu@MIT.EDU>
From: Ken Hornstein <email@example.com>
Date: 09/15/1998 14:53:29
>You *really* don't want the krb5 GSS-RPC code. Really. It's gross
>and shouldn't be used for anything besides the kadmind protocol. I
>believe it's in violation of the actual standardized GSS-RPC. Just
>don't do it.
Hmmm, is there another implementation of RFC 2203, then?
My reasoning is that it's silly to have two RPC libraries in NetBSD,
the "regular" one and the GSS-RPC one. Even if we didn't use the GSS-RPC
code for anything except kadmin, I think it would be worth having. But
if it really is a case of "there be dragons", then I'll stay away :-)