Love | 15 Nov 22:23 2004
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arla 0.37


/afs/stacken.kth.se/ftp/pub/arla/arla-0.37.tar.gz
ftp://ftp.stacken.kth.se/pub/arla/arla-0.37.tar.gz

Love, Tomas and the rest of the arla-drinkers.

Changes in release 0.37

* Improved support for Linux 2.6
  AMD64, sysname, pag using LSM, /proc-as-syscall

* Initial DragonFly port, appears to work

* Inital port to FreeBSD post 5.2

* Updated libroken

* Bug fixes
  buildsystem, working kalog, and others random fixes

Massimo Marino | 16 Nov 11:22 2004

arla 0.37 on OS X (10.3.6)

kalog on Mac OS X (10.3.6) is still built without kserver support.

I tried with Heimdal and vanilla ./configure, then using 
CPPFLAGS='-DBIND_8_COMPAT -DHAVE_OPENSSL'

The old kalog built with 0.35.11 works and using that at the moment.

	Cheers

Massimo
On Nov 15, 2004, at 10:23 PM, Love wrote:

>
> /afs/stacken.kth.se/ftp/pub/arla/arla-0.37.tar.gz
> ftp://ftp.stacken.kth.se/pub/arla/arla-0.37.tar.gz
>
> Love, Tomas and the rest of the arla-drinkers.
>
>
> Changes in release 0.37
>
> * Improved support for Linux 2.6
>   AMD64, sysname, pag using LSM, /proc-as-syscall
>
> * Initial DragonFly port, appears to work
>
> * Inital port to FreeBSD post 5.2
>
> * Updated libroken
>
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Andy Malato | 18 Nov 02:03 2004

Problems building arla on linux amd64

Hi,

I am having trouble building arla on an amd64 system running RHEL 3.0.  I
have tried both arla-0.36.2 and arla-0.37 but still seem to get the
following error,  Any ideas?

make[2]: Entering directory `/export/install/arla-0.37/nnpfs/linux'
gcc -c  -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -I/lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include
-DMODULE -D__KERNEL__ -DCONFIG_SMP   -DDEBUG -I. -I. -I. -I./../include
-I../../include -I./../../include -Wall -Werror -Wstrict-prototypes -O2
-fomit-frame-pointer -fno-strict-aliasing nnpfs_load.c
In file included from nnpfs/nnpfs_locl.h:43,
                 from nnpfs_load.c:37:
/lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h: In function
`stack_current':
/lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h:20: `THREAD_SIZE'
undeclared (first use in this function)
/lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h:20: (Each
undeclared identifier is reported only once
/lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h:20: for each
function it appears in.)
make[2]: *** [nnpfs_load.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/export/install/arla-0.37/nnpfs/linux'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/export/install/arla-0.37/nnpfs'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Jason Daniel Schulz | 18 Nov 21:24 2004

FreeBSD 4.10 and aklog

How does one build aklog from the arla-0.36.2 source on FreeBSD 4.10?  I
successfully configured and made arla, but aklog apparently does not
build by default for me.  I am using heimdal-0.6.3 and am pointing the
configure script in that direction for the Kerberos includes, libraries,
etc...  The only thing that appears to be configured in appl/afsutils by
the configure script is tokens.

Does aklog require a krb524 service?  Any help is immensely appreciated.
Thank you in advance.

Jason Schulz

Jason Daniel Schulz | 19 Nov 15:32 2004

FreeBSD 4.10 and aklog

I am wondering what needs to be done to build aklog from the arla-0.36.2
source.  I was able to run the configure script, and make arla, but
apparently aklog did not build.  I'm running heimdal-0.6.1 (from the
ports), and am pointing the configure script in that direction for the
kerberos libs, includes, etc...  It appears the configure script is only
preparing the Makefile in appl/afsutils with tokens (consequently the only
program being built in the folder).

Are there any pre-requisites I might be missing?  I couldn't find any
obvious ones looking at config.log.  Any help is immensely appreciated.
Thank you in advance.

Jason Schulz

Tomas Olsson | 21 Nov 15:20 2004
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Re: FreeBSD 4.10 and aklog

Jason Daniel Schulz <js4450 <at> csc.albany.edu> writes:

> I am wondering what needs to be done to build aklog from the arla-0.36.2
> source.  I was able to run the configure script, and make arla, but
> apparently aklog did not build.
>
I've never tried it. I guess it was removed when we killed all krb4
specific code. Around here most people use heimdal's kauth/kinit and afslog
when needed, would that work for you?

/Tomas

Tomas Olsson | 21 Nov 15:33 2004
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Re: Problems building arla on linux amd64

Andy Malato <andym <at> oak.njit.edu> writes:

> I am having trouble building arla on an amd64 system running RHEL 3.0.  I
> have tried both arla-0.36.2 and arla-0.37 but still seem to get the
> following error,  Any ideas?
[...]
> In file included from nnpfs/nnpfs_locl.h:43,
>                  from nnpfs_load.c:37:
> /lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h: In function
> `stack_current':
> /lib/modules/2.4.21-20.ELsmp/build/include/asm/current.h:20: `THREAD_SIZE'
> undeclared (first use in this function)
>
Not really. Try moving the asm/current.h include down a bit, from the top
of nnpfs/linux/nnpfs/nnpfs_locl.h to some place beneath a few other linux
includes. 

HTH
        /Tomas

Harald Barth | 22 Nov 00:31 2004
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AFSIG.se reminder


The preparations for the AFSIG User Conference and the Hackathon are
in progress. The program is at http://www.afsig.se/ and if you consider
to participate, you really should have signed up by now ;-)

And please, don't be shy because there will be "gurus" around. Look at
the program and you'll find that the combination of Hackathon and User
Conference will have something for you.

I am collecting hacking targets which might be considered during the
Hackathon. So far I have the following points on my list:

* Transport layer
  - rxgk
  - rx/tcp
  - IPv6
* Mac OSX port
* Solaris 10 port
* 64-bit support

Feel free to tell me now what you want to hack on that week. 

Harald of the AFSIG.se team.
mmarion | 23 Nov 22:23 2004

Small gripe/bug with pts

For some reason, -noauth works if it's the last argument, but not if it's
first.  Should order of args really matter?

cornholio ~ {518}$ pts examine -noauth mmarion -cell qualcomm.com
Usage: pts examine -nameorid <undefined>... [-cell <string>] [-host <string>]
[-noauth]
-nameorid <undefined> user or group name
-cell <string>        what cell to use
-host <string>        specified db
-noauth               don't authenticate
cornholio ~ {519}$ pts examine mmarion -cell qualcomm.com -noauth
Name: mmarion, id: 32836, owner: system:administrators, creator: 90037,
  membership: 287, flags: S----, group quota: 20.

Noticed this because the afs sudo/release scripts we have here do the above
pts examine in the order of the first example.  Could be changed, but not sure
why arg must be last.

BTW, kalog now working like a charm against our transarc servers.  Now if I
could just vos rel from one of my arla based hosts.. :)

--

-- 
Mike Marion-Unix SysAdmin/Staff Engineer-http://www.qualcomm.com
Jo-anna: "Bing? That's a great name."
Chandler: "Thanks, it's Gaelic for 'Thy turkey's done.'"
--Friends

Jeffrey Hutzelman | 23 Nov 22:50 2004
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Re: Small gripe/bug with pts


On Tuesday, November 23, 2004 13:23:44 -0800 mmarion <at> qualcomm.com wrote:

> For some reason, -noauth works if it's the last argument, but not if it's
> first.  Should order of args really matter?
>
> cornholio ~ {518}$ pts examine -noauth mmarion -cell qualcomm.com
> Usage: pts examine -nameorid <undefined>... [-cell <string>] [-host
> <string>] [-noauth]
> -nameorid <undefined> user or group name
> -cell <string>        what cell to use
> -host <string>        specified db
> -noauth               don't authenticate
> cornholio ~ {519}$ pts examine mmarion -cell qualcomm.com -noauth
> Name: mmarion, id: 32836, owner: system:administrators, creator: 90037,
>   membership: 287, flags: S----, group quota: 20.

> Noticed this because the afs sudo/release scripts we have here do the
> above pts examine in the order of the first example.  Could be changed,
> but not sure why arg must be last.

The problem is not that -noauth must be last, but that in the usage message 
above, elements like '-nameorid' are optional only as long as the 
corresponding arguments are given in order.  You can put -noauth first, but 
then you must use the -nameorid to tell it what the 'mmarion' is for.


Gmane