kerberos and ECCN
florence.deschamps at airbus.com
Wed Jan 27 02:56:41 EST 2016
Thank you for your answer.
From: Russ Allbery [mailto:eagle at eyrie.org]
Sent: mardi 26 janvier 2016 23:41
To: Tom Yu
Cc: DESCHAMPS, Florence; krbdev at mit.edu
Subject: Re: kerberos and ECCN
Tom Yu <tlyu at mit.edu> writes:
> "DESCHAMPS, Florence" <florence.deschamps at airbus.com> writes:
>> I would like to know
>> - libk5crypto3 ECCN
>> - krb5-locales ECCN.
>> - libgssapi-krb5-2 ECCN
>> - libkrb5-3 ECCN
>> - libkrb5support0 ECCN
> The above look like OS package names. Are they? If so, your OS
> vendor should be able to provide ECCNs for those packages.
The Debian package maintainers got the same question.
Florence, here's what Debian publishes about ECCNs. The question is unfortunately complicated enough that there isn't a simple answer.
Russ Allbery (eagle at eyrie.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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