pam-krb5 3.7

I'm working way too many hours lately and I'm still not getting done everything I want to get done. It's kind of a problem. And this wasn't even at the top of the priority list; someone just happened to send me a bug report, I fixed it, I decided that fixing another bug report would be easy, and four hours later, I ended up releasing a new version.

This cleans up a lot of random stuff. If a keytab is given for credential verification, it uses the first principal found in that keytab for the verification. I have no idea why the Kerberos library doesn't do this automatically; not doing so is stupid. It also fixes the behavior when stacking the module together multiple times with different realms, uses a saner name for its PAM data, doesn't store PAM data if there's no ticket cache, and should be more thread-safe when running under Linux PAM. I also biffed the configure flags determination in the last release, and this fixes that plus pulls from pam-afs-session the compilation rules for various other platforms.

You can get the latest version from the pam-krb5 distribution page.

Posted: 2007-09-29 23:44 — Why no comments?

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