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kerberized clients in another path

I have installed heimdal successfully before for use with OpenLDAP on Linux. I
am now refining my procedures with v1.2 on Fedora 9. I typically install into
--prefix=/usr/local, but want to avoid conflicts with non-Kerberos-specific
clients (ie. ftp, ftpd, telnet, telnetd, rsh, rshd) similar to the RPM
described last month by Andrew Bartlett by putting these apps in a separate
path. However, I do still want all the Kerberos-specific executables in their
usual places. Is there a way to use configure options to make this split? Is
there another way that's recommended (RPM included)?

Jon Roberts