Re: Bug#315059: Drop KRB4 support from HEIMDAL
>>>>> "Steve" == Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Steve> Do heimdal's krb4 support libraries actually implement the
Steve> same ABI as the kerberos4kth implementation? Depending on
Steve> the details, it might be better to
Steve> Provides/Conflicts/Replaces the old krb4 lib package; but
Steve> if the ABIs aren't the same, it would be better to fix the
Steve> heimdal version so that it doesn't collide.
I suspect they are the same (libroken and libotp) but not absolutely
In addition to those libraries, libss and libsl are also issues. I
tried using ss-dev in Debian already, but it doesn't appear to be
So I might have to repackage libss and libsl in Debian too. yuck. No,
I don't understand what these libraries do (I am sure I have been told
though). No, I don't mean libssl - thats completely different.
I have my latest source code for 0.7.1 online at
<URL:http://people.debian.org/~bam/> in case anybody wants to play
with it. At the moment it won't compile due to the libss/libsl
issue. There might be other compile issues, but I think I have fixed
The relevant patch file in debian/patches/012_sharedlibs, regenerate
the autoconf patch with debian/scripts/autotools. Requires automake
There is also the issue of the versioned symbols patch not applying
Any help appreciated, Thanks.
Brian May <email@example.com>