openafs-krb5 -- in EARLIER version of krb5-libs

Matt Temple mht at
Thu Nov 13 17:46:24 UTC 2003

Globe Trotter wrote:
> Btw, you are not the "cranky" responder - any similarities to your "name" are
> coincidental...:-)
> I have in /lib so I went there and created a link to this with
> Should I have done something else?
> Thanks!
Sorry, I think I started this "cranky" thing because someone complained 
that this thread had already appeared in an earlier posting.   not 
surprisingly, this is a very busy list.   I had just joined and naively
missed just how big this was.   I has only looked at the lists at

> --- Andy 'Cranky' Green <fedora at> wrote:
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>>On Thursday 13 November 2003 15:16, Globe Trotter wrote:
>>>Yes, I meant Sorry! The cranky responder basically
>>>suggested looking up the posts which had symlink as a hack. Which did not
>>>work. The other solution, getting the openafs source rpms did not do much
>>What exactly did you do to link what to where, and what were the 'don't work'
>>symptoms before and after?  I ask because I suffered similar complaints about
>>the same library and the symlink made the most definite fix for it.

I was one of the people who had trouble with the issue.
I'm not sure why.   Before upgrading to Fedora, I believe I also 
upgraded openssh.  This was a Fedora upgrade.   After the upgrade, both 
sshd and X complained about not being able to find ""
The "fix" was to replace whatever version of openssh I had with the 
version that was actually on the Fedora distribution.  So, from where 
did I get a version of sshd that was looking for   I 
thought it was from the updated RedHat ssh that was a fix for a security

I'm further confused because is provided by the 
<e2fsprogs> rpm.   Checking the varvious krb5_libs rpms only added to my

<krb5-libs-1.3.1-6>, which is provided by the Fedora 					distribution 
does NOT provide

<krb5-libs-1.2.7-1.1mdk.i586> both DO provide <>

Does that mean that people should also install 
<krb5-libs-1.2.7-10.i386.rpm>   ??


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