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Date: Sun, 25 Jul 1999 23:01:01 -0700
From: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
To: krb5-bugs@MIT.EDU
Subject: binary libraries for Solarisx86

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>Number: 735
>Category: krb5-build
>Synopsis: binary libraries for Solarisx86
>Confidential: yes
>Severity: serious
>Priority: medium
>Responsible: raeburn
>State: closed
>Class: sw-bug
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>Arrival-Date: Mon Jul 26 02:02:00 EDT 1999
>Last-Modified: Fri Sep 14 13:40:47 EDT 2001
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Hello,

I need the pre-build Kerberos 5 client libraries for Solarisx86 and
don't have time to try to get Kerberos and isode to build cleanly (I got
isode 7.0 libisode.a et all from a friend). I need this so that I can
build the Kerberos5 perl module in order to kerberize a web application
... I don't have a whole lot of time to get this done and would
appreciate any help that you can provide.

TIA,
Darryl

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From: Ken Raeburn <raeburn@MIT.EDU>
To: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
Cc: krb5-bugs@MIT.EDU
Subject: Re: pending/735: binary libraries for Solarisx86
Date: 29 Jul 1999 17:29:54 -0400

I don't think we have prebuilt libraries for Solaris x86.

You don't need isode to build Kerberos. It does build on Solaris
SPARC systems; I wouldn't expect too much trouble on x86 unless the OS
itself is different between them.

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I'll take it...

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Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 15:28:58 -0700
From: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
To: Ken Raeburn <raeburn@MIT.EDU>
Subject: Re: pending/735: binary libraries for Solarisx86
Message-Id: <9907292220.AA18240@MIT.EDU>
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I am desperate ... head on the chopping block and all ... Could you
help me out? Does it build with GNUcc or do I need the Sun ProC
compiler. Can you give me some specific pointers. The build
instructions aren't very clear to me. What source should I have and
what is the MOST recent version? I was sure that I needed libisode.a at
list that is what the doc/BUILDING_IT document says. Please help. I
only have a couple of more days to get this done.

- -Darryl

Ken Raeburn wrote:
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>
> I don't think we have prebuilt libraries for Solaris x86.
>
> You don't need isode to build Kerberos. It does build on Solaris
> SPARC systems; I wouldn't expect too much trouble on x86 unless the OS
> itself is different between them.

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Date: 29 Jul 1999 19:41:33 -0400
From: Ken Raeburn <raeburn@MIT.EDU>
To: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
Subject: Re: pending/735: binary libraries for Solarisx86
Message-Id: <tx1u2qnuiqa.fsf@mit.edu>
References: <379BF99C.856DDDDE@osu.edu> <tx1wvvjuotp.fsf@mit.edu> <9907292220.AA18240@MIT.EDU>

Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu> writes:
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> I am desperate ... head on the chopping block and all ... Could you
> help me out? Does it build with GNUcc or do I need the Sun ProC
> compiler.

I think it ought to work with either one, but I have generally used
gcc on Sun SPARC platforms myself.

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> Can you give me some specific pointers. The build
> instructions aren't very clear to me. What source should I have and
> what is the MOST recent version?

The most recent released version is 1.0.6.

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> I was sure that I needed libisode.a at
> list that is what the doc/BUILDING_IT document says. Please help. I
> only have a couple of more days to get this done.

Version 1.0.6 not only doesn't need isode, it has no file named
"BUILDING_IT" at all. What version are you looking at that has that
file? As near as I can tell, the isode stuff was removed sometime in
1995.

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Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 19:02:11 -0700
From: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
To: Ken Raeburn <raeburn@MIT.EDU>
Subject: Re: pending/735: binary libraries for Solarisx86
Message-Id: <9907300153.AA25325@MIT.EDU>
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Where is the best place to pick up the new distribution?

- -Darryl

Ken Raeburn wrote:
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>
> Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu> writes:
> > I am desperate ... head on the chopping block and all ... Could you
> > help me out? Does it build with GNUcc or do I need the Sun ProC
> > compiler.
>
> I think it ought to work with either one, but I have generally used
> gcc on Sun SPARC platforms myself.
>
> > Can you give me some specific pointers. The build
> > instructions aren't very clear to me. What source should I have and
> > what is the MOST recent version?
>
> The most recent released version is 1.0.6.
>
> > I was sure that I needed libisode.a at
> > list that is what the doc/BUILDING_IT document says. Please help. I
> > only have a couple of more days to get this done.
>
> Version 1.0.6 not only doesn't need isode, it has no file named
> "BUILDING_IT" at all. What version are you looking at that has that
> file? As near as I can tell, the isode stuff was removed sometime in
> 1995.

- -
Darryl C Price
Sr. Support Engineer Darryl.Price@innosoft.com
Innosoft International, Inc Telephone: +1.626.919.3600
1050 Lakes Drive FAX: +1.626.919.3614
West Covina, California 91790 URL: http://www.innosoft.com
===============================================================
"... Better security through obscurity ..."

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Date: 29 Jul 1999 21:56:13 -0400
From: Ken Raeburn <raeburn@MIT.EDU>
To: Darryl C Price <Price.203@osu.edu>
Subject: Re: pending/735: binary libraries for Solarisx86
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References: <379BF99C.856DDDDE@osu.edu> <tx1wvvjuotp.fsf@mit.edu> <9907292220.AA18240@MIT.EDU> <tx1u2qnuiqa.fsf@mit.edu> <9907300153.AA25325@MIT.EDU>

Check http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/www/ for download info.

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State-Changed-By: raeburn
State-Changed-When: Fri Sep 14 13:40:22 2001
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Haven't heard more in 2 years, assume it's okay.

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