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KerberosV - anybody working on a port?
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: KerberosV - anybody working on a port?
- From: John Todd <jtodd_(_at_)_loligo_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 10:00:43 -0400
Before the flames: I've searched the mail archives, and I _do_ see
some people talking about independent work on krb5 porting. I've
also heard mention of the Heimdal krb5 protocol set being
incorporated "RSN" but I don't see anything in the daily changelog
for -current that would indicate that this is actually being
integrated into 2.8.
Is this an active project? I'd love to get rid of my ssh key
distribution nightmares and also integrate my home network with my
company (who currently runs the MIT Kerberos5.) I don't want to put
a lot of effort into krb4 if krb5 is right around the corner.
Disclaimer: I can no more write a port of Heimdal/MIT krb5 than
sprout wings and fly (at the moment) and this is a polite question
rather than an accusatory query. I'd really love to see a more
modern Kerberos protocol appear in the distribution (despite the fact
that krb4 seems to keep getting updated, if I read the changelogs
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