Kerberos 64 bit compiles
miroslav.zubcic+news at zesoi.fer.hr
Tue Dec 17 18:32:03 EST 2002
hartmans at mit.edu (Sam Hartman) writes:
> Don't expect a solution for the 1.2.x series of code.
OK, I won't. :-)
> I think we have it working better for 1.3.x but am not sure. I
> suspect it will definitely work better once we replace the RPC
> I can't think of any benefit to be gained by building kadmin or
> kadmind as 64-bit applications. You may need to build libkrb5 and
> libgssapi_krb5 in 64-bit versions for application use, but the admin
> tools aren't going to gain anything from 64-bit addresses.
Yes, I can compile libraries twice, and put 64bit libs in
/opt/local/lib/sparcv9 and 32bit libs in /opt/local/lib.
So I can link 64bit apps with sparcv9 libs but use 32 bit kerberos
servers ans clients.
The Network is the Filesystem.
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