Curious about final KRB5/GSSAPI patch inclusion.

Austin Gonyou austin at
Fri May 17 07:04:52 EST 2002

Darn it....most of the krb5 code is there already. :( Should it be
removed, or is the plan to wait till flux is at a minimum or no longer,
and go ahead anyway?

On Wed, 2002-05-15 at 22:03, Damien Miller wrote:
> On 15 May 2002, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> > What is the target version for all the KRB5 bits to be in place. I
> know
> > there is very much in place right now, but I remember someone
> mentioning
> > there was just a GSSAPI/MITKRB5 patch being waited for. 
> The GSSAPI patch has not been included - it is based on a protocol
> spec
> which seems to be still in flux.
> -d
Austin Gonyou
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