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Re: chat/loudmouth finds netbsd-7 builtin OpenSSL, krb5 insufficient?

On Wed, 21 Sep 2016, Thomas Klausner wrote:

> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 03:16:41PM -0500, John D. Baker wrote:
> > Also, the builtin kerberos (krb5) seems to be insuffient for both loudmouth
> > and "net/wireshark" (2.2.0).
> I can answer this part -- NetBSD comes with heimdal kerberos, but
> wireshark does not currently support this, so I made it pull in
> mit-krb5.
> The Makefile even mentions the upstream bug report about this:

Yes, I saw that and figured it must be the case.

As to "loudmouth" and kerberos, I saw this:

but perhaps builtin (heimdal) kerberos is sufficient?  There is no actual
dependency on a kerberos installation, either through "DEPENDS+=" or
including any krb5-related "" file.  Or is this a case of overzealous
'./configure' boilerplate?

As to the SSL/TLS issue, for my use case, since I am already installing
"gnutls" for other things, might as well set it for "loudmouth" too.

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