pam-krb5 3.5 released
huaraz at moeller.plus.com
Wed Oct 24 17:24:10 EDT 2007
I have now Solaris 10 Update 4 installed but still don't see Kerberos
header files. It seems I need to wait for Solaris 12 ;-)
<Rainer.Heilke at atcoitek.com> wrote in message
news:AD1D482E7127AF4AB30E2B3763F1E4A608331770 at is051.atco.com...
>A lurker uncloaking...
>> The 6 months are almost up, start looking for the Solaris 10
> The news we are getting is that Update 4 should be coming out in early
> August. From what I've been seeing and hearing, it was pushed back twice
> (June to July, then August).
>> > BTW Isn't OpenSolaris = Solaris 11 ? At least configure said:
>> > checking build system type... i386-pc-solaris2.11
>> > checking host system type... i386-pc-solaris2.11
> Well, yes and no. A lot of the work in OpenSolaris is getting rolled
> into the Sol10 Update releases. A few other comments I've heard make it
> seem like calling it "Solaris 11" was merely a useful fiction to
> separate it from the fully-supported, commercial releases. When Solaris
> 10 ends, what marketing calls the new version is anybody's guess
> (Solaris 11 being a good bet). Between this, and the name "Nevada", etc.
> there's a lot of confusion, and if someone has a straight-forward,
> official clarification of all the names, I've missed it or forgotten it.
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