These patches are updated as discussed to remove the incomplete feature. Unfortunately I have a wedding to go to this weekend and won't get them tested until next week. Will post when I've done so.

On Mar 31, 2007, at 3:41 PM, Henry B. Hotz wrote:

These patches have been reasonably tested (and cross-tested) on Solaris 9 (SPARC) and MacOS 10.4 (both G4 and Intel) with the native GSSAPI libraries. They implement the gss-np and (incompletely) the gss authentication methods. Unlike the current krb5 method gssapi has native support in Java and (with the SSPI) on Windows.

I still have bugs in the security layer for the gss method. Hopefully will finish getting them ironed out today or tomorrow.

Documentation is in the README.GSSAPI file. Make sure you get it created when you apply the patches.


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Just to cover the legal bases: I don't consider these changes to be significant enough to require the involvement of the JPL clearance process. JPL has already ruled that they do not fall afoul of any ITAR restrictions.

I am not imposing any license restrictions myself either, but some credit in the release notes, or wherever, would be appreciated.
The opinions expressed in this message are mine,
not those of Caltech, JPL, NASA, or the US Government.

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