krb5-1.6.3-beta1 is available

Tom Yu tlyu at MIT.EDU
Fri Sep 28 13:49:08 EDT 2007

>>>>> "deengert" == Douglas E Engert <deengert at> writes:

deengert> The pkinit plugin does not load on Solaris 10. It is looking for
deengert> but not looking in the correct location /usr/sfw/lib

What program are you running?  Is it kinit, or something else?

deengert> I built the 1.6.3-beta1 using the same environment as I used with the Umich
deengert> pkinit, which did not have this problem.

deengert> (/krb5m-> /afs/ as --prefix=/krb5m)
deengert> Truss shows:

deengert> open("/krb5m/lib/krb5/plugins/preauth/", O_RDONLY) = 4
deengert> ...
deengert> stat("/afs/", 0xFFBFD9B8) Err#2 ENOENT
deengert> stat("/opt/smartcard/lib/", 0xFFBFD9B8) Err#2 ENOENT

Are there additonal stat() calls following the ones you quoted above?

deengert> which is looking at the two -R directories, but not at
deengert> /usr/sfw/lib or at /usr/lib

Also, I haven't really worked extensively with compilations that need
libgcc_s.  Does a normal program built with that gcc look for libgcc_s
in the correct place?  What does "dump -Lv" show both for kinit (or
whatever program you were running) and for

deengert> Something has changed in how the plugin is linked, as
deengert> the 1.6.3-beta1 shows:

deengert> ldd /krb5m/lib/krb5/plugins/preauth/
deengert> warning: ldd: /krb5m/lib/krb5/plugins/preauth/ is not executable
deengert> =>         /usr/sfw/lib/
deengert> =>     /lib/
deengert> =>     /lib/
deengert>         /platform/SUNW,A70/lib/

Now that is weird that it lacks libkrb5 compared to the UMich version.
What make program did you build with?  I think there may be a bug in
the plugin Makefile because it uses the "+=" operator.


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