Subject: Re: security/ssh IPv6 and SOCKS incompatibility
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/13/2000 06:18:34
On Sun, 13 Feb 2000 email@example.com wrote:
> Current situation is that security/ssh is biased toward USE_INET6,
> since it always apply IPv6 patch to the tree.
> I think I have written Makefile to pull in IPv6 patch only when
> USE_INET6 is used, but IPv6 patch is now part of security/ssh/patches
> for attempt to make IPv6+kerberos5 compile.
> 1.66 -> 1.67
> (i'm not blaming this change - KERBEROS=5 does not work with
> crypto-intl tree (heimdal) due to #define differences, BTW)
Hum... no idea how to solve this, sorry.
> so, the current situation with USE_INET6 and USE_SOCKS is like below:
> USE_INET6 USE_SOCKS
> --- ---
> no no IPv4 only, using IPv6 patched tree
> (can we build the current pkgsrc on 1.4.x??)
and the timestamp on
I'd say it builds.
> no yes broken
Hum... might be nice to have this for 1.4.2 ...
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