Brad W. Galiette
brad.galiette at snet.net
Sun Nov 24 18:38:37 EST 2002
Thank you for your response!
While it *appears* that the module is compiling properly, the following
error is produced when I attempt to include the module in a script (the
script consists only of a "use" directive with the qualified module name):
5.so' for module Authen::Krb5:
uto/Authen/Krb5/Krb5.so: undefined symbol: __res_search at
5.8.0/i686-linux/DynaLoader.pm line 229.
at test_auth.pl line 4
Compilation failed in require at test_auth.pl line 4.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at test_auth.pl line 4.
If you are not familiar with how to correct this, do you suppose you would
be able to supply me with a binary for Authen::Krb5?
Once again, thank you for your consideration!
Rodney McDuff <mcduff at its.uq.edu.au> wrote in message
news:3DE15067.6090802 at its.uq.edu.au...
> Hi Brad
> Brad W. Galiette wrote:
> > What is the best way to perform a simple authorization of a kerberos
> > Perl? (Note that I have attempted to use Authen::Krb5, but for some odd
> > reason, the package is not compiling properly. Is a binary of this
> > available?) Additionally, I have tried to use Perl's open3() to capture
> > output from kinit, but open3() on my RedHat Linux 7.3 machine results in
> > strange behavior. Any ideas?
> We use both Authen::Krb5 and Krb4 on solaris 2.8, DU4 and freebsd
> successfully. Can you provide the output from your attempt to compile it.
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