svn commit: samba r20403 - in branches/SAMBA_3_0/source: libads
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Tue Jan 2 21:42:38 GMT 2007
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Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> On Fedora Core 5, I've never been able to run Samba 3.0's net ads join.
> Every time I pass over that code, and then the subsequent free() of the
> enctypes, it segfaults.
> Why is it a problem is rc4-hmac is included in the default list? It's
> the one we *want* to use...
I meant *is not*. IRC current MIT implementations default
the krb5.conf settings the default enctypes are des, 2des,
and aes. As much as I hate to say this, I need to know
why this causes a segv on FC5. Causing a segv to go away
by random changes is not a good solution. And I hate to say
that because I know how bad it is to track down memory issues in
the krb5 libs. I've been there recently.
Give FC5's history with krb5 bugs and crashes, I'm not convinced
this is a good change. Have you tested it with a 0 byte krb5.conf
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