Would you like a krb5.h file for Solaris 9-10 that will allow you to "break into" the "hidden" library?

Also S10u4 won't be out until this summer. I'd say the answer is currently "no". It's known by Sun that Postgres will compile against their Kerberos libraries though.


On Feb 23, 2007, at 12:29 PM, Bruce Momjian wrote:

Peter Eisentraut wrote:
Bruce Momjian wrote:
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Update Solaris FAQ.

Could someone please translate this to English first?

Updated text:

9) Can I compile PostgreSQL with Kerberos v5 support?

Kerberos is integrated in OpenSolaris and will be integrated in Solaris
10u4. Kerberos v5 support is implemented by the GSS security libary
which contains Kerberos v5 functions. However, the library is private
and the interface might change without notice.

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