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Could you test this with MIT krb5? It could be that PAM_KRB5 is making
some interface assumptions that don't hold with Heimdal. Testing with
MIT krb5 might help pin down the problem.
Also, note that there is a difference in the way Linux-PAM and Solaris
PAM handle multiple conversation prompts and this module only really
supports the Solaris method, but see the man page and check out the
option "one_prompt_at_a_time" or something like that.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 03:48:52PM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> I solved this problem (which probably was my end - on my first try I
> entered no password, and come up with an error "cannot read .cvspass",
> so on my next try I entered "anonymous" as the userid, and got this
> However, the login process is still creating segment faults, in the same
> Now, for the really annoying part: if I turn on -g when linking
> pam_krb5.so.... It doesn't crash....
I hate this kind of bug...
> (it doesn't work either, but this could be another problem with the
> newer code:
>  [snoopy:unstable:bam] ~ >klist
> Credentials cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_1003
> Principal: bam@CHOCBIT.ORG.AU
> Issued Expires Principal
> [end-of output])
> Brian May <email@example.com>
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