Subject: Re: crypto-us and crypto-intl status
To: Jan-Hinrich Fessel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tracy J. Di Marco White <email@example.com>
Date: 12/06/1999 21:44:08
}In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>you write:
}> 1. do both trees compile?
}I can't speak for -us, but -intl definitely compiles, at least on i386 and
}alpha -current. Atary should finish in about 3 days or so...
I have one system that's current as of today, and -us does not compile,
hasn't for a while, and one that's older -current that does compile and
kerberos IV login and telnet -ax mostly works. (I say mostly because if
I don't telnet using the FQDN, encrypt fails.) I'm going to look at the
two machines a little closer tomorrow, I don't think there were many
changes in -us during the time difference, but the older one is down
for today. Both of the above systems are i386. I don't yet have
-current recent enough to have -us on other architectures.
}> 2. do distributions built with these code bases interoperate with each other?
}Anyone whith some test cases for that, and a partner station? Probably
}setting up a ipv6 tunnel whith encryption and auth should should suffice,
}because kerberos is missing...
I can't answer there, not having installed anything with -intl.
Tracy J. Di Marco White
Project Vincent Systems Manager