Re: openafs-krb5

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My problem is that several of the RPMS I need need to use lib.so.3. In
particular, the version of fetchmail I need has to be Kerberized and so needs
this library to talk to the server. The symbolic link as well as copying that
entire directory from /usr/kerberos/lib of RH9 had no effect whatsoever.

I have found FC1 to be great, simply put, but for this issue, and I am
disappointed that I will probably have to revert back to RH9 because i need to
read my e-mail!!

Thanks and best wishes!

--- Matt Temple <[email protected]> wrote:
> Globe Trotter wrote:
> > Does this RPM exist anymore? Can someone please help me out with this? It
> looks
> > like the old version RPMS require libcomm_err.so.3.
> 
> I had installed an updated version of ssh before converting to Fedora. 
>   My initial sshd startup under Fedora failed with an error message 
> indicating the same missing file.   Gnome failed too.   I overwrote
> sshd with the version from the distribution and all was well.
> 
> Is this relavent to your issue?   I know that libcom_err.so.3 should
> be part of the krb5 rpm.
> 
> > 
> > Thanx!
> > 
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