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From: Christopher Blizzard <>
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Subject: telnetd with v4 campat mode.
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>Number: 316
>Category: telnet
>Synopsis: telnetd with v4 campat mode.
>Confidential: yes
>Severity: non-critical
>Priority: low
>Responsible: hartmans
>State: open
>Class: sw-bug
>Submitter-Id: unknown
>Arrival-Date: Sun Dec 22 16:31:00 EST 1996
>Last-Modified: Sat Dec 28 20:59:37 EST 1996
>Originator: Christopher Blizzard

Christopher Blizzard
AppliedTheory Communications, Inc.
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>Release: 1.0

System: Linux 2.0.23 #12 Mon Dec 16 13:28:49 EST 1996 i586
Architecture: i586

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telnetd server seg faults when krb5.conf file isn't in place and
using kerberos4 clients.
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With kerbros 4 client, connect to telnetd server without krb5.conf
file in place. The telnetd server will seg fault.
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workaround: touch /etc/krb5.conf
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