Re: Heimdal on the samba build farm

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Re: Heimdal on the samba build farm

James F. Hranicky
On Sun, 22 May 2005 18:12:23 +1000
Andrew Bartlett <[hidden email]> wrote:

> For my purposes, it shows that Heimdal is portable enough to propose the
> next step - that it be included in the Samba4 to provide kerberos
> library and kdc services.  I'll detail my thoughts on Samba4 and
> kerberos going forward in another mail.

Out of curiosity, will samba4 use the same kind of LDAP backend that allows
for the shared Heimdal/Samba auth db? Would it be relatively easy to
transition from the shared db to samba4 in AD mode?

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Re: Heimdal on the samba build farm

Dave Love
Andrew Bartlett <[hidden email]> writes:

> There are some interesting self-test failures in there,

Our blasted web proxy won't let me view the relevant results to see if
it's involved, but there's string-to-key test failure on sparc-solaris
which is rather random and I still haven't managed to debug it.  It
seems to be consistent with a given build, but to come and go between
builds with no rhyme or reason.

> For my purposes, it shows that Heimdal is portable enough to propose the
> next step -

For what it's worth:  I assume the sparc-solaris results are for
32-bit builds, but it also works 64-bit (modulo that test failure).
32- and 64-bit Irix, and Tru64 5.1B work with (relatively recent
versions of) the proprietary compilers, and cygwin at least builds.