compiling util/db2 for windows

Nooly Great noolyg at
Tue Jul 27 04:08:03 EDT 2004

Has the db2 ever been compiled for windows?
Is it possible?
If anyone has a Makefile to share, I'd love to have it...
I've been trying to compile the server side of kerberos for windows, but without much success - db2 is one of the toughest...
Any help would be appreciated,

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I'm trying the kerberize my application and to in order to get
TGT I'm using krb5_get_in_tkt_with_password() :


in_cred.times.starttime = time(0);
in_cred.times.endtime   = time(0) + KRB5_DEFAULT_LIFE;

	0, 0, 0, password, 0, &in_cred, 0);

but fail with error "Decrypt integrity check failed". Same user/pass works
using kinit.  Why god why?

Does it have something to do with "salt"? how can I tell? if so, how do I
set this salting feature on/off?

Any clue will be appreciated

Tsach M


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