Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.3 released
mcduff at its.uq.edu.au
Thu Sep 26 21:13:53 EDT 2002
Are we ever going to see this on the Cryptography Publishing Project
site for us foreign devils?
Marshall Vale wrote:
> The MIT MacDev team is pleased to announce the availability of Kerberos
> for Macintosh 4.0.3. This release is available from the MIT Kerberos site:
> <http://mit.edu/kerberos/www/> Follow the "Getting Kerberos Sources and
> Binaries from MIT" link.
> All feedback and bug reports for Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.3 should be
> sent to <mailto:krbdev at mit.edu>
> Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.3 is a maintenance update release for both
> Mac OS 8 & 9 and Mac OS X 10.1.
> The distribution download includes both KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS 8 & 9 and
> KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS X 10.1. Both installers and separate binaries are
> included in the distribution.
> This is a final release, and does not expire.
> Installer source will follow soon.
> System Requirements
> Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.3 for the Mac OS 8 & 9 requires a PowerPC
> Macintosh with Mac OS 8.1 or later.
> KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS X requires Mac OS X 10.1.2 through 10.1.5
> KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS X is not compatible with Mac OS X 10.2 ("Jaguar"),
> which ships with a later version of KfM - use the 10.2 built in Kerberos
> with the Mac OS X 10.2 Kerberos Extras instead.
> Changes since Kerberos For Macintosh 4.0.2
> * Mac OS 9: Fixed typing slow down in other applications when you had
> Kerberos tickets.
> * Mac OS 9: Preferences tabs of Kerberos Control Panel are labelled
> correctly under Classic.
> * Mac OS X/9: Improved ticket sharing synchronization issues when using
> the Kerberos Menu under Classic.
> Ticket Sharing Between Mac OS X and Classic
> The ticket sharing in KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS 8 & 9 is compatible with both
> KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS X on Mac OS X 10.1, and with the built-in Kerberos
> of Mac OS X 10.2.
> If you are using Classic ticket sharing on Mac OS X 10.2, it is
> essential you upgrade to KfM 4.0.3 on the Classic side.
> KfM 4.0.3 for Mac OS 8 & 9 is not compatible with KfM 4.0 for Mac OS X
> 10.1; if you upgrade to KfM 4.0.3 on the Classic side, you must upgrade
> your Mac OS X 10.1 side to KfM 4.0.3 as well.
> When an application running under Classic needs to display the Kerberos
> Login dialog, the Mac OS X dialog will appear.
> The Mac OS 9 version of KfM 4.0.3 detects whether it is running under
> Mac OS X/Classic or regular Mac OS 9.x and automatically enables support
> for ticket sharing when possible.
> Distribution Info
> At this point in time, this release is available as a single package
> which includes installers, binaries, and SDKs. The installers install
> binaries for people to use with their applications in their
> environments. The separate binaries are intended for sites who need to
> create their own installers. The SDKs are for application and library
> programmers to add Kerberos functionality to their code or update to
> newer versions of the various Kerberos APIs.
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