Curious about final KRB5/GSSAPI patch inclusion.

Austin Gonyou austin at
Wed May 22 05:12:50 EST 2002

Ahh...I will attempt that. That make sense. Thanks much for the hard

On Tue, 2002-05-21 at 09:26, Simon Wilkinson wrote:
> On 18 May 2002, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> > Simon, or anyone else, If you're listening, can you let us know if
> there
> > will be a new patch set for 3.2.2p1 for gssapi or mit-kerberos
> pieces
> > like before.
> The MIT Kerberos pieces are now incorporated in the portable
> distribution. They only work (by design) with protocol version 1.
> The
> standard way of doing Kerberos with protocol version 2 is through
> the
> GSSAPI, which still requires patches. Patches for 3.2.2p1 should be
> available Real Soon Now.
> > As I stated in latest mail, krb5 auth works with passwords only as
> far
> > as I can tell right now. Ticket based auth does *not* seem to
> work. TIA.
> Are you establishing a version 1 connection - by default ssh uses v2
> if the peer supports it. Use the -1 option to ssh.
> Cheers,
> Simon.
Austin Gonyou
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Coremetrics, Inc.
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