alexandr.nedvedicky at oracle.com
Thu Sep 3 03:30:59 EDT 2020
On Wed, Sep 02, 2020 at 09:08:28PM -0700, Scot McKinley wrote:
> Hi Greg, in looking at the header files, and your previous reply, it
> appears that krb5_init_secure_context() may be exactly what i want.
> > I don't think it will solve this problem, as it simply causes the
> context to ignore environment variables.
> Yes, i want a "krb5_init_context" that "ignores environment variables",
> and thus retrieves its config in some other manner. In this case, it
> appears that the "other manner" of retrieving config for
> "krb5_init_secure_context" is some configuration files, which is a
> problem, since we have our OWN config files.
> This is strange. Isn't there a way to "init" a krb5 library context just
> by *PASSING* the config directly to the init funciton?!?
perhaps you want to build your own kerberos library and ship it with
your application. The default location of krb5.conf is driven by
--sysconfdir autoconf option. the default krb5.conf location is defined
and compile time.
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