[Samba] samba 2.2.7 & MIT Kerberos 1.2.6

john pullan j.pullan at uws.edu.au
Mon Dec 16 08:36:00 GMT 2002


I'm new to this list so I apologise if this has been asked before.

I'm trying to compile samba 2.2.7 with kerberos support. I have MIT 
Kerberos 1.2.6 installed and working as a KDC but when I samba wont compile 
--with-krb5 configure works ok and finds the kerberos install but when I do 
a make I get this error on linking smbd:
/usr/local/lib/libkadm5srv.so: undefined reference to 'kdb2_dbopen'
/usr/local/lib/libkdb5.so: undefined reference to 'kdb2_bt_rseq'

has anyone else had this problem? I read in the kerberos docs that the db2 
functions have been renamed because they clash with the NetBSD libc. I 
assume its a problem with kerberos itself but it compiled and runs perfectly.

I have no problems getting samba up and running without kerberos (samba is 
the PDC for out domain) it just doesn't want to compile with kerberos.

Any input into this problem would be appreciated. Oh it does the same thing 
with samba-3.0 alfa.


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