krb5_get_init_creds_password code question
scottt35 at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 3 12:45:28 EST 2003
Eek! I was led to believe that the version I had was original MIT
code. Turns out it is not; its a somewhat "edited" version. My
apologies! Thanks for looking into it and taking the time to explain
it thoroughly. It is greatly appreciated. -Scott
mdw at umich.edu (Marcus Watts) wrote in message news:<200304030654.BAA11374 at quince.ifs.umich.edu>...
> scottt35 at hotmail.com (Scott T.) writes:
> > In the following code segment, pw1 and chpw_cred are never used. What gives? -Scott
> You're right, they're not used. Where did this code come from?
> The ancestor of this code appears to be
> and what I think is the 20021102 snapshot and (as best I can tell) all
> previous releases including 1.2.1, 1.2,5, and all the way back to
> 19980604 which is the oldest snapshot I have handy, the 2 variables you
> mentioned are used for handling doing an automatic password change if
> the password has expired (KRB5KDC_ERR_KEY_EXP).
> I can only guess that in the code you have, somebody hacked this out
> and failed to clean up all the cruft. Is this code actually direct
> from MIT? I suppose it's possible they have decided to put this logic
> If this is important to you, then you can obviously clean that up (and
> remove pw1array also).
> For future reference, it is probably useful to identify what version &
> file you're talking about, when you post code frags like this.
> -Marcus Watts
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