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From: Martin Mokrejs <>
To: krb5-bugs@MIT.EDU
Subject: krb5-1.0pl1 bug

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>Number: 423
>Category: pending
>Synopsis: krb5-1.0pl1 bug
>Confidential: yes
>Severity: serious
>Priority: medium
>Responsible: gnats-admin
>State: closed
>Class: sw-bug
>Submitter-Id: unknown
>Arrival-Date: Sat May 03 18:49:00 EDT 1997
>Last-Modified: Fri May 30 16:16:52 EDT 1997

State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
State-Changed-By: tlyu
State-Changed-When: Fri May 30 16:15:42 1997

Foreign site; punted. Looks like O/S problem anyway.

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I'm trying to compile krb5-1.0pl1 on Digital Unix 4.0B, getting core
dump's. Though, it appears that it's not critical?!

Does kerberos run on system with C2 level of security? Are there some SIA
modules like in version IV?

prfdec# make
making all in util...
rm -f libupdate libupdate.tmp
sed -e 's,@''ARADD''@,ar cruv,g' -e 's,@''ARCHIVE''@,ar cqv,g'
./ > libupdate.tmp && chmod +x libupdate.tmp && mv
libupdate.tmp libupdate
rm -f makeshlib makeshlib.tmp
sed -e 's,@''CC''@,cc,g' -e 's,@''HOST_TYPE''@,alpha-dec-osf4.0,g' -e
's,@''HAVE_GCC''@,,g' ./ >makeshlib.tmp&&chmod a+x
makeshlib.tmp&&mv makeshlib.tmp makeshlib
making all in util/et...
/bin/sh ./config_script ./ gawk sed > compile_et
chmod 755 compile_et
sh: 14948 Memory fault - core dumped
+ rm -f ./../../include/com_err.h
+ cp ./com_err.h ./../../include/com_err.h
mkdir shared