[RFC][PATCH] krb5 => libverto main loop
epeisach at MIT.EDU
Fri Aug 19 21:28:57 EDT 2011
Centos 5 - which is close to rhel5...
libevent 1.4 (too old)
glib 2.1.16, 2.12 with updates
I do not know if glib is universally available on all platforms
supported... Some of the new glib releases assume a recent linux
kernel. They have not been good at maintaining compatibility with
I think a minimal list of supported platforms will be required - so as
to define what the requirements are.
Does Solaris ship with glib? Does the various BSD flavors? Do we know
what "old" O/S are out there that
people will still need to compile kerberos on? Will there be a need to
enable a compile option - that does
not compile a kdc? (i.e. a client only build?)
The nice thing about kerberos now is that it builds on platforms with
minimal support. The support libraries (com_err, ss) are bundled with
it - so you do not need to add anything else. You probably need perl,
shell, make and a C compiler...
libev 4.0On 8/18/2011 11:20 PM, Sam Hartman wrote:
> libev | 3.43-1.1 | lenny | source
> libev | 1:3.9-1 | squeeze | source
> libev | 1:4.04-1 | wheezy | source
> libev | 1:4.04-1 | sid | source
> libev | 1:3.8-1 | lucid/universe | source
> libev | 1:3.9-1 | maverick/universe | source
> libev | 1:3.9-1 | natty/universe | source
> libev | 1:4.04-1 | oneiric/universe | source
> Centos 6.0 has
> libev x86_64 4.03-3.el6 epel 113 k
> I don't know about RHEL5
> libevent 2.0 is not widely enough available.
> If libev 3 can work that sounds like an option. Otherwise, perhaps we should bundle something as a private event loop.
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