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Re: OpenLDAP with Kerberos support

Though I don't recommend use of kpasswd (for security
reasons), the following builds OpenLDAP 2.0.6 and
Heimdal 0.3b:

env CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/heimdal/include $CPPFLAGS" \
  LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/heimdal/lib $LDFLAGS" \
  ./configure --enable-kpasswd

just find on my system.  Directory locations may differ and
you might have to add additional flags (such as to support
shared libraries).  Your mileage may vary.

See config.log for detection failure details...

At 08:46 PM 10/30/00 +0000, Alex Stepney wrote:
>after spending the past couple of weeks bashing my head against a brick wall with GSSAPI
>I decided to try a really simple installation. So I have heimdal 0.3c installed, no SSL, no SASL
>and have just tried to configure OpenLDAP (v2.0.6) with the following options:
>        ./configure --with-kerberos --enable-kpasswd
>and got the following failure:
>checking for krb5.h... yes
>checking for heim_err.h... yes
>checking for main in -lkrb5... no
>configure: error: Required Kerberos 5 support not available
>Is the heimdal implementation of Kerberos 5 supported by OpenLDAP? Can anyone shed any
>light on my problem(s)?
>Many thanks,
>Alex Stepney - Systems Engineer
>Bluewave Ltd - Online Creations
>Tel. +44 (0)20 7706 3500