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On 02/09/12 17:15 -0500, Daniel Savard wrote:
Hi everyone,

I am trying to implement Kerberos authentication and I believe I am
almost there, however when I run the ldapwhoami command I am getting a
segmentation fault rather than a success message. Here is the output of
the ldapwhoami (yes, I have a Kerberos ticket):

SASL/GSSAPI authentication started
SASL username: dsavard@CIDS.CA
SASL data security layer installed.
dn:cn=daniel savard,dc=cids,dc=ca
Segmentation fault

This could be a libsasl2 problem. What version of cyrus sasl do you have
installed, and what kerberos library/version is it compiled against?

If you're running libsasl2 > 2.1.23, see if either of these apply to you:


The cn is properly mapped. When switching debug on I am getting the
following messages and the only thing I find as a potential indication
of my problem is this message (res_errno: 14, res_error: <SASL(0):
successful result: security flags do not match required>, res_matched:
<>) however I am not able to decipher what it means exactly:

Dan White