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Re: netbsd-8 built-in heimdal insufficient?
On 18/03/2020 15:04, John D. Baker wrote:
I didn't realise that but you are right just checked the deps on my
binary package and there is no direct ssl dependency. That's a very
wierd situation. I'll see if I can figure out how that happens.
Base heimdal may be linked against base OpenSSL (1.0.2k in netbsd-8),
but pkgsrc heimdal explicitly does NOT link with any OpenSSL (even 1.1.x
in pkgsrc). So, the solution for "heimdal linked against obsolete
OpenSSL" is to install "heimdal not linked with ANY OpenSSL".
For what its worth I have a lot of the same packages on my 8.x amd64
system and I didn't actually encounter any problems with the openssl
change. I've been running with it now for quite some time as I track the
pkgsrc mainline. I would have expected to run into issues if there where
any as I run https, imaps, and SMTP with TLS support on one of my 8.x
openldap-client (new package to satisfy nss_ldap)
Nasty. That can't be fun to try and debug as the cycle times for
recovery must be awful.
Alas, I can't update this machine to netbsd-9 as siisata(4) is broken
for me and hoses my RAID.
I always kick the tyres of a new release fairly hard on my build server
before pushing it out to everything else.
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