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krb5-16 An authentication system developed at MIT, successor to Kerberos IV
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Port Added: 13 Sep 2010 15:15:42
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Kerberos V5 is an authentication system developed at MIT.  

Abridged from the User Guide:
       Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the 
   Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting 
   ticket (TGT) for the client, encrypts it using the client's 
   password as the key, and sends the encrypted TGT back to the 
   client. The client then attempts to decrypt the TGT, using
   its password. If the client successfully decrypts the TGT, it 
   keeps the decrypted TGT, which indicates proof of the client's 
   identity. The TGT permits the client to obtain additional tickets, 
   which give permission for specific services.
       Since Kerberos negotiates authenticated, and optionally encrypted,   
   communications between two points anywhere on the internet, it
   provides a layer of security that is not dependent on which side of a
   firewall either client is on.
       The Kerberos V5 package is designed to be easy to use. Most of the  
   commands are nearly identical to UNIX network programs you are already
   used to. Kerberos V5 is a single-sign-on system, which means that you 
   have to type your password only once per session, and Kerberos does   
   the authenticating and encrypting transparently.  

Jacques Vidrine <>
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Build dependencies:
  1. gm4 : devel/m4
  2. : security/openssl
  3. texi2dvi : print/texinfo
  4. dvips : print/dvipsk-tetex
  5. gmake : devel/gmake
  6. perl5.8.9 : lang/perl5.8
Runtime dependencies:
  1. : security/openssl
There are no ports dependent upon this port

No installation instructions: this port has been deleted.

The package name of this deleted port was: krb5

Configuration Options
===> The following configuration options are available for krb5-1.6.3_9:
     KRB5_RENAME_FTP=off (default) "Rename ftp to kftp"
     KRB5_RENAME_TELNET=off (default) "Rename telnet to ktelnet"
     KRB5_RENAME_RLOGIN=off (default) "Rename rlogin to krlogin"
     KRB5_RENAME_RSH=off (default) "Rename rsh to krsh"
     KRB5_RENAME_RCP=off (default) "Rename rcp to krcp"
     KRB5_KRB4_COMPAT=off (default) "Build and install krb4 compatibility"
     KRB5_DOC=on (default) "Build and install krb5 documentation"
     WANT_HTML=on (default) "Want HTML documentation too"
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings

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Number of commits found: 1

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13 Sep 2010 15:15:17
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.6.3_9
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Rremove old KRB5 port.

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