Re: Building Kerberos
Kevin Puetz wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> > Nothing fancy at all, just some fixes to configure.in et al because
> > ndbm.h is in /usr/include/db1 on Debian. The patch is very
> > debian-specific (or glibc2-specific?), and should probably be made
> > more generic so it looks first in the default include path and then in
> > /usr/include/db1, before sending it upstream to KTH.
> It would also be nice if these packages could be updated to the latest
> upstream (0.10.1). I submitted this, but the BTS seems to have eaten it - I
> can get to it by #52178 but I haven't heard a reply and it's not showing up in
> the package's page. Oh well, that I certainly can't do as a US citizen...
Ah, but the maintainer is in the US, and possibly a US citizen!
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