I can get Heimdal 1.6 to work with some fiddling. There doesn’t seem to be a 
1.7 branch in GIT. The bleeding-edge version doesn’t seem to be usable.

Since I believe there are people on this list actually doing development on 
Heimdal, where are you doing it? 

I’ve tried the latest Debian and NetBSD versions and get fairly similar issues 
with configure and m4. Both of their package systems seem to install autotools 
without installing all the dependencies that are actually required. The 
auto-tool-chain seems to hide error messages that might tell me what’s missing 
(like gcc!!).

I hadn’t planned on needing to debug things at this level, but I did want 
something that would work on a BeagleBone or Pi.

Assuming I can spend some time on this, what would it take to make the latest 
version at least minimally usable? Is there no longer a build farm? Are we 
missing someone to apply patches?

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