Re: ITP Heimdal (Kerberos 5)
On Thu, Dec 23, 1999 at 07:17:57PM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> Heimdal is a free implementation of Kerberos that is not affected by
> US export restrictions. While it is still under active development, it
> seems to be mostly usable.
> - probably breaks every debian policy ever written. I don't
> particularly want to check it with lintian right now ;-)
> Is /usr/libexec allowed? Is /var/heimdal allowed?
/usr/libexec isn't, use /usr/lib/heimdal or something,
and /var/heimdal is bad too. Use /var/lib/heimdal.
> Where/how should I distribute the result? master is out of the
> question, as it is non-US software. I am not sure it is stable enough
> yet for slink (maybe when I get the packages split up in the optimal
> way). Comments anyone?
non-us.debian.org a.k.a. pandora.debian.org.
And it won't be in slink anyway ;)
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