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viji-3
Hi All,

I am using kerberos version 1.4.1. Till kerberos version 1.2.8 "libkrb5util" library was available. But from 1.3 series "libkrb5util" library is not available.

I want to build qpopper with kerberos. Qpopper requires "libkrb5util" library. What do i need to do to get this library? Or Is there any other way to build qpopper with kerberos?

I have used the following build steps.
kerberos (1.4.1) build
#./configure --prefix=/usr/local/krb5 --with-krb4
#gmake
#gmake install

Qpopper(4.0.8) Build
#./configure --prefix=/usr/local/qpopper --with-kerberos5=/usr/local/krb5
No problem with configure.
#gmake
gcc   pop_dele.o pop_dropcopy.o pop_get_command.o pop_get_subcommand.o pop_init.o pop_last.o pop_list.o pop_log.o pop_lower.o pop_msg.o pop_parse.o pop_pass.o pop_quit.o pop_rset.o pop_send.o pop_stat.o pop_updt.o pop_user.o pop_xtnd.o pop_xmit.o popper.o pop_bull.o xtnd_xlst.o pop_uidl.o mktemp.o pop_rpop.o pop_apop.o md5.o pop_auth.o pop_pope.o pop_extend.o scram.o hmac.o base64.o pop_util.o get_sub_opt.o msg_ptr.o drac.o pop_config.o pop_tls.o pop_tls_openssl.o pop_tls_sslplus.o sslplus_utils.o main.o pop_cache.o genpath.o  -o popper ../mmangle/libmangle.a \
        -I../common ../common/libcommon.a \
        -lnsl  -L/usr/local/krb5/lib -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err -lk5crypto   -lsec -lcrypt -lpam
/usr/ccs/bin/ld: Can't find library: "krb5util"
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
gmake[1]: *** [popper] Error 1

kerberos version 1.4.1 doesnot contain this "libkrb5util" library. Previously i used kerberos 1.2.2, it is having "libkrb5util" library. But i want to update to the latest version(1.4.1) of kerberos. What i need to do to make qpopper to work with kerberos 1.4.1?

Any help will be useful to me.

Thanks in advance,
Vijayalakshmi.

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Re: Kerberos + Qpopper Build fails

Kenneth G Raeburn
On Jul 26, 2005, at 00:17, Viji wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I am using kerberos version 1.4.1. Till kerberos version 1.2.8
> "libkrb5util" library was available. But from 1.3 series "libkrb5util"
> library is not available.

Right.  It had two things in it: a wrapper for
setuid/seteuid/setreuid/whatever the local system has, which we moved
into an internal header file, and versions of sendauth/recvauth which
would send or accept krb5 or krb4 tokens on a supplied file descriptor.
  We didn't feel that either was something we wanted to be supporting
for application use.  (Perhaps as a helper function the compat versions
of sendauth/recvauth might have some use; I forget why we decided at
the time that it would be good to get rid of them.  But given that
we're now pushing for eliminating krb4, I don't think there's any
chance we're going to reverse the decision at this point.)

> I want to build qpopper with kerberos. Qpopper requires "libkrb5util"
> library. What do i need to do to get this library? Or Is there any
> other way to build qpopper with kerberos?

Try linking the program without -lkrb5util.

If you're using krb4 authentication (which has some security problems,
but then again, the Kerberos POP extension is basically "here's an
authenticator, now send me everything in cleartext with no protection",
so who are we kidding anyways), and if the compat recvauth function is
causing link failures, you should be able to edit the source to call
krb_recvauth instead, with the right subset of the arguments.  Or,
worst case, you could try grabbing src/appl/bsd/compat_recv.c and add
it into the qpopper code.

Ken

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viji-3
Hi,
Thanks for your help and quick reply.
I have tried without linking -lkrb5util. As u said, i got link failure with
"krb5_compat_recvauth" function. I have changed "krb5_compat_recvauth"
function to "krb_recvauth" function. But i didn't know the exact arguments
for this function ,so i got errors.

Is this  "krb_recvauth" function will handle both V4 and V5? What is the
function used to handle only V5?

Regards,
Vijayalakshmi.

> On Jul 26, 2005, at 00:17, Viji wrote:
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I am using kerberos version 1.4.1. Till kerberos version 1.2.8
>> "libkrb5util" library was available. But from 1.3 series "libkrb5util"
>> library is not available.
>
> Right.  It had two things in it: a wrapper for
> setuid/seteuid/setreuid/whatever the local system has, which we moved into
> an internal header file, and versions of sendauth/recvauth which would
> send or accept krb5 or krb4 tokens on a supplied file descriptor. We
> didn't feel that either was something we wanted to be supporting for
> application use.  (Perhaps as a helper function the compat versions of
> sendauth/recvauth might have some use; I forget why we decided at the time
> that it would be good to get rid of them.  But given that we're now
> pushing for eliminating krb4, I don't think there's any chance we're going
> to reverse the decision at this point.)
>
>> I want to build qpopper with kerberos. Qpopper requires "libkrb5util"
>> library. What do i need to do to get this library? Or Is there any other
>> way to build qpopper with kerberos?
>
> Try linking the program without -lkrb5util.
>
> If you're using krb4 authentication (which has some security problems, but
> then again, the Kerberos POP extension is basically "here's an
> authenticator, now send me everything in cleartext with no protection", so
> who are we kidding anyways), and if the compat recvauth function is
> causing link failures, you should be able to edit the source to call
> krb_recvauth instead, with the right subset of the arguments.  Or, worst
> case, you could try grabbing src/appl/bsd/compat_recv.c and add it into
> the qpopper code.
>
> Ken
>
>

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Kenneth G Raeburn
On Jul 26, 2005, at 02:11, Viji wrote:
> I have tried without linking -lkrb5util. As u said, i got link failure
> with "krb5_compat_recvauth" function. I have changed
> "krb5_compat_recvauth" function to "krb_recvauth" function. But i
> didn't know the exact arguments for this function ,so i got errors.

I don't know them either, offhand, but the argument names in the
sources should make it pretty clear.

> Is this  "krb_recvauth" function will handle both V4 and V5? What is
> the function used to handle only V5?

No, krb_recvauth is krb4-only.  I assumed, since you indicated
"--with-krb4" was in your qpopper configuration, that you're using
krb4.  If you're using krb5, then krb5_recvauth would be the function
to use.

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viji-3
Thanks, I want only krb5. I have not used "--with-krb4" in qpopper
configuration. I have used only  "--with-kerberos5" . I have used
"--with-krb4" while building kerberos only. Is there any function that
handles both krb4 and krb5?

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From: "Ken Raeburn" <[hidden email]>
To: "Viji" <[hidden email]>
Cc: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: Kerberos + Qpopper Build fails


> On Jul 26, 2005, at 02:11, Viji wrote:
>> I have tried without linking -lkrb5util. As u said, i got link failure
>> with "krb5_compat_recvauth" function. I have changed
>> "krb5_compat_recvauth" function to "krb_recvauth" function. But i didn't
>> know the exact arguments for this function ,so i got errors.
>
> I don't know them either, offhand, but the argument names in the sources
> should make it pretty clear.
>
>> Is this  "krb_recvauth" function will handle both V4 and V5? What is the
>> function used to handle only V5?
>
> No, krb_recvauth is krb4-only.  I assumed, since you indicated
> "--with-krb4" was in your qpopper configuration, that you're using krb4.
> If you're using krb5, then krb5_recvauth would be the function to use.
>
> Ken
>
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Kenneth G Raeburn
On Jul 26, 2005, at 05:38, Viji wrote:
> Thanks, I want only krb5. I have not used "--with-krb4" in qpopper
> configuration. I have used only  "--with-kerberos5" . I have used
> "--with-krb4" while building kerberos only. Is there any function that
> handles both krb4 and krb5?

Sorry, I misread your original message then.
If you're using krb5, then krb5_recvauth would be the function to use.

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Douglas E. Engert
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Try something like this with qpopper-4.0.5 and krb5-1.4.1.


--- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_init.c Mon Mar 17 13:08:52 2003
+++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_init.c Wed Jul 13 13:04:05 2005
@@ -313,6 +313,7 @@
           * _both_ V5 and V4 pop services.
           */

+#ifdef KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT
          retval = krb5_compat_recvauth ( pop_context, &auth_context,
                                 (krb5_pointer) &sock,
                                 KRB5_APPL_VERSION, server,
@@ -330,6 +331,13 @@
                                 NULL,           /* Key schedule (unused) */
                                 &v4_version     /* V4 version */
                                        );
+#else
+ auth_sys = KRB5_RECVAUTH_V5;
+ retval = krb5_recvauth_version(pop_context, &auth_context,
+ (krb5_pointer) &sock,
+ NULL, 0, NULL, &ticket, &v4_version);
+#endif
+
          if ( retval ) {
              pop_msg ( p, POP_FAILURE, HERE, "recvauth failed--%s",
                        error_message(retval) );
@@ -418,6 +426,7 @@
              EXIT ( -1 );
          } /* krb5_aname_to_localname failed */
  #    endif /* NO_CROSSREALM */
+ p->AuthType = kerberos;
      }
  #  endif /* KRB5 */
  #else  /* not KERBEROS */
--- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_updt.c Wed Jan  1 20:39:03 2003
+++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_updt.c Tue Jul 12 08:37:13 2005
@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@
      DEBUG_LOG0 ( p, "Checking to see if all messages were deleted" );

      if ( p->bStats ) {
-        pop_log ( p, POP_PRIORITY, HERE, "Stats: %s %d %ld %d %ld %s %s",
+        pop_log ( p, LOG_CRIT/*POP_PRIORITY*/, HERE, "Stats: %s %d %ld %d %ld %s %s",
                    p->user, p->msgs_deleted, p->bytes_deleted,
                    p->msg_count - p->msgs_deleted,
                    p->drop_size - p->bytes_deleted,
--- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_user.c Wed Mar 12 20:06:38 2003
+++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_user.c Wed Jul 13 14:10:06 2005
@@ -235,6 +235,7 @@
  #  endif /* APOP_ONLY */
  #endif /* SCRAM_ONLY */

+ if (p->AuthType != kerberos) {

  #ifdef AUTHON

@@ -425,6 +426,8 @@

      } while ( 0 );      /* so a break will work */
  #endif  /* defined(__bsdi__) && _BSDI_VERSION >= 199608 */
+
+} /* p->AuthType != kerberos */

      if ( p->AuthType == noauth )  /* If authentication method is unknown (i.e.  */
          p->AuthType = plain;      /*  not Kerberos) then assume plain text      */
--- ./qpopper4.0.5/,configure.in Tue Feb  4 21:06:08 2003
+++ ./qpopper4.0.5/configure.in Tue Jul 12 15:08:53 2005
@@ -630,8 +630,8 @@
      fi
      AC_DEFINE(KERBEROS)
      AC_DEFINE(KRB5)
-    AC_DEFINE(KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT)
-    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
+    dnl DEE NO KRB4 AC_DEFINE(KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT)
+    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
      AC_CHECK_LIB( k5crypto, krb5_c_string_to_key, KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lk5crypto" )
      AC_CHECK_LIB( crypto,   krb5_c_string_to_key, KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lcrypto"   )
      AC_CHECK_LIB( krb4,     krb_create_ticket,    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb4"     )
@@ -929,7 +929,7 @@
                 [5]*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSOLARIS2 -DGNU_PASS"
                       OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DNO_GETLINE -DCONTENT_LENGTH=1"
                       if test $krb5_prefix != "no" -a $krb5_prefix != "yes"; then
-                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -R${krb5_prefix}/lib"
+                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS "
                       fi;;
                 [4]*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSUNOS4"
                           IS_SUNOS4=yes;;
--- ./qpopper4.0.5/,configure Tue Feb  4 21:06:30 2003
+++ ./qpopper4.0.5/configure Tue Jul 12 15:08:04 2005
@@ -3175,11 +3175,7 @@
  #define KRB5 1
  EOF

-    cat >>confdefs.h <<\EOF
-#define KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT 1
-EOF
-
-    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
+    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
      echo "$as_me:3183: checking for krb5_c_string_to_key in -lk5crypto" >&5
  echo $ECHO_N "checking for krb5_c_string_to_key in -lk5crypto... $ECHO_C" >&6
  if test "${ac_cv_lib_k5crypto_krb5_c_string_to_key+set}" = set; then
@@ -3895,7 +3891,7 @@
                 5*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSOLARIS2 -DGNU_PASS"
                       OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DNO_GETLINE -DCONTENT_LENGTH=1"
                       if test $krb5_prefix != "no" -a $krb5_prefix != "yes"; then
-                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -R${krb5_prefix}/lib"
+                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS "
                       fi;;
                 4*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSUNOS4"
                           IS_SUNOS4=yes;;
Viji wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I am using kerberos version 1.4.1. Till kerberos version 1.2.8 "libkrb5util" library was available. But from 1.3 series "libkrb5util" library is not available.
>
> I want to build qpopper with kerberos. Qpopper requires "libkrb5util" library. What do i need to do to get this library? Or Is there any other way to build qpopper with kerberos?
>
> I have used the following build steps.
> kerberos (1.4.1) build
> #./configure --prefix=/usr/local/krb5 --with-krb4
> #gmake
> #gmake install
>
> Qpopper(4.0.8) Build
> #./configure --prefix=/usr/local/qpopper --with-kerberos5=/usr/local/krb5
> No problem with configure.
> #gmake
> gcc   pop_dele.o pop_dropcopy.o pop_get_command.o pop_get_subcommand.o pop_init.o pop_last.o pop_list.o pop_log.o pop_lower.o pop_msg.o pop_parse.o pop_pass.o pop_quit.o pop_rset.o pop_send.o pop_stat.o pop_updt.o pop_user.o pop_xtnd.o pop_xmit.o popper.o pop_bull.o xtnd_xlst.o pop_uidl.o mktemp.o pop_rpop.o pop_apop.o md5.o pop_auth.o pop_pope.o pop_extend.o scram.o hmac.o base64.o pop_util.o get_sub_opt.o msg_ptr.o drac.o pop_config.o pop_tls.o pop_tls_openssl.o pop_tls_sslplus.o sslplus_utils.o main.o pop_cache.o genpath.o  -o popper ../mmangle/libmangle.a \
>         -I../common ../common/libcommon.a \
>         -lnsl  -L/usr/local/krb5/lib -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err -lk5crypto   -lsec -lcrypt -lpam
> /usr/ccs/bin/ld: Can't find library: "krb5util"
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> gmake[1]: *** [popper] Error 1
>
> kerberos version 1.4.1 doesnot contain this "libkrb5util" library. Previously i used kerberos 1.2.2, it is having "libkrb5util" library. But i want to update to the latest version(1.4.1) of kerberos. What i need to do to make qpopper to work with kerberos 1.4.1?
>
> Any help will be useful to me.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Vijayalakshmi.
>
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viji-3
Hi,
  Thanks for your valuable help. This works fine.


> Try something like this with qpopper-4.0.5 and krb5-1.4.1.
>
>
> --- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_init.c Mon Mar 17 13:08:52 2003
> +++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_init.c Wed Jul 13 13:04:05 2005
> @@ -313,6 +313,7 @@
>           * _both_ V5 and V4 pop services.
>           */
>
> +#ifdef KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT
>          retval = krb5_compat_recvauth ( pop_context, &auth_context,
>                                 (krb5_pointer) &sock,
>                                 KRB5_APPL_VERSION, server,
> @@ -330,6 +331,13 @@
>                                 NULL,           /* Key schedule (unused)
> */
>                                 &v4_version     /* V4 version */
>                                        );
> +#else
> + auth_sys = KRB5_RECVAUTH_V5;
> + retval = krb5_recvauth_version(pop_context, &auth_context,
> + (krb5_pointer) &sock,
> + NULL, 0, NULL, &ticket, &v4_version);
> +#endif
> +
>          if ( retval ) {
>              pop_msg ( p, POP_FAILURE, HERE, "recvauth failed--%s",
>                        error_message(retval) );
> @@ -418,6 +426,7 @@
>              EXIT ( -1 );
>          } /* krb5_aname_to_localname failed */
>  #    endif /* NO_CROSSREALM */
> + p->AuthType = kerberos;
>      }
>  #  endif /* KRB5 */
>  #else  /* not KERBEROS */
> --- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_updt.c Wed Jan  1 20:39:03 2003
> +++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_updt.c Tue Jul 12 08:37:13 2005
> @@ -293,7 +293,7 @@
>      DEBUG_LOG0 ( p, "Checking to see if all messages were deleted" );
>
>      if ( p->bStats ) {
> -        pop_log ( p, POP_PRIORITY, HERE, "Stats: %s %d %ld %d %ld %s %s",
> +        pop_log ( p, LOG_CRIT/*POP_PRIORITY*/, HERE, "Stats: %s %d %ld %d
> %ld %s %s",
>                    p->user, p->msgs_deleted, p->bytes_deleted,
>                    p->msg_count - p->msgs_deleted,
>                    p->drop_size - p->bytes_deleted,
> --- ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/,pop_user.c Wed Mar 12 20:06:38 2003
> +++ ./qpopper4.0.5/popper/pop_user.c Wed Jul 13 14:10:06 2005
> @@ -235,6 +235,7 @@
>  #  endif /* APOP_ONLY */
>  #endif /* SCRAM_ONLY */
>
> + if (p->AuthType != kerberos) {
>
>  #ifdef AUTHON
>
> @@ -425,6 +426,8 @@
>
>      } while ( 0 );      /* so a break will work */
>  #endif  /* defined(__bsdi__) && _BSDI_VERSION >= 199608 */
> +
> +} /* p->AuthType != kerberos */
>
>      if ( p->AuthType == noauth )  /* If authentication method is unknown
> (i.e.  */
>          p->AuthType = plain;      /*  not Kerberos) then assume plain
> text      */
> --- ./qpopper4.0.5/,configure.in Tue Feb  4 21:06:08 2003
> +++ ./qpopper4.0.5/configure.in Tue Jul 12 15:08:53 2005
> @@ -630,8 +630,8 @@
>      fi
>      AC_DEFINE(KERBEROS)
>      AC_DEFINE(KRB5)
> -    AC_DEFINE(KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT)
> -    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
> +    dnl DEE NO KRB4 AC_DEFINE(KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT)
> +    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
>      AC_CHECK_LIB( k5crypto, krb5_c_string_to_key,
> KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lk5crypto" )
>      AC_CHECK_LIB( crypto,   krb5_c_string_to_key,
> KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lcrypto"   )
>      AC_CHECK_LIB( krb4,     krb_create_ticket,
> KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb4"     )
> @@ -929,7 +929,7 @@
>                 [5]*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSOLARIS2 -DGNU_PASS"
>                       OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DNO_GETLINE -DCONTENT_LENGTH=1"
>                       if test $krb5_prefix != "no" -a $krb5_prefix !=
> "yes"; then
> -
>                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -R${krb5_prefix}/lib"
> +                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS "
>                       fi;;
>                 [4]*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSUNOS4"
>                           IS_SUNOS4=yes;;
> --- ./qpopper4.0.5/,configure Tue Feb  4 21:06:30 2003
> +++ ./qpopper4.0.5/configure Tue Jul 12 15:08:04 2005
> @@ -3175,11 +3175,7 @@
>  #define KRB5 1
>  EOF
>
> -    cat >>confdefs.h <<\EOF
> -#define KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT 1
> -EOF
> -
> -    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5util -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
> +    KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -lkrb5 -ldes425 -lcom_err"
>      echo "$as_me:3183: checking for krb5_c_string_to_key in -lk5crypto"
>  >&5
>  echo $ECHO_N "checking for krb5_c_string_to_key in -lk5crypto... $ECHO_C"
>  >&6
>  if test "${ac_cv_lib_k5crypto_krb5_c_string_to_key+set}" = set; then
> @@ -3895,7 +3891,7 @@
>                 5*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSOLARIS2 -DGNU_PASS"
>                       OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DNO_GETLINE -DCONTENT_LENGTH=1"
>                       if test $krb5_prefix != "no" -a $krb5_prefix !=
> "yes"; then
> -
>                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS -R${krb5_prefix}/lib"
> +                         KERBEROS_LIBS="$KERBEROS_LIBS "
>                       fi;;
>                 4*) OS_DEFS="$OS_DEFS -DSUNOS4"
>                           IS_SUNOS4=yes;;

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