DPorts: GLib bug crashes applications linked with it

srussell at prodigeinfo.qc.ca srussell at prodigeinfo.qc.ca
Sun Jan 26 17:32:04 PST 2014

I saw you solved the problem. Anyway, to answer your question, when I 
tried to build without defining KRB5_IMPL, I got this:

===>  Found saved configuration for krb5-1.12
===>   krb5-1.12 depends on file: /usr/local/sbin/pkg - found
===> Fetching all distfiles required by krb5-1.12 for building

===>  krb5-1.12 conflicts with installed package(s):

       They will not build together.
       Please remove them first with pkg delete.
*** Error code 1

make: stopped in /usr/dports/security/krb5
*** Error code 1

I update dports, rebuilded and reinstalled pam_krb5 with a single 
"make". I tested and both my xterm kerberos and xdm session opened normally.

I do compile "outside" chroot. I build the packages directly on my 
station, or from a VMWare fresh installation when it's for more than one 

Thanks for all,


John Marino a écrit :
> On 1/26/2014 00:16, srussell at prodigeinfo.qc.ca wrote:
>> I updated dports as specified and compiled pam_krb5 (not the rh version).
>> Since I'm new to dports, I'm not sure where dports global parameters are
>> expected, /etc/make.conf or /usr/local/etc/make.conf, I'll have to take
>> a look. I thought that Heimdal was the default like for pkgsrc.
> /etc/make.conf
> There's no default.
>> So to do do quick, I succesfully builded pam_krb5 with this command:
>> env KRB5_IMPL=heimdal make
> Well, that means you overrode KRB5_IMPL.  I said earlier that when it
> was equal to "heimdal" the package didn't configure.  So seeing this
> override, I expect it to fail the same way.
>> I removed my previous "solo" pam_krb5.so library and then installed the
>> port with "env KRB5_IMPL=heimdal make install". I then tested with a
>> telnet logon as well as with a X session logon (xdm) and it all worked.
>> My kerberos sessions were openening normally.
> Yet apparently it didn't fail for you.
>> I'm not sure if you meant that only pam_krb5 failed to configure when
>> Heimdal was the default, or if dports itself was failing. In my case,
>> pam_krb5 is now 100% functionnal.
> If it failed to configure in a clean jail but builds outside of jail,
> that means there's an unlisted dependency for the port that you happened
> to have installed, somehow.  So it works by chance, and not guaranteed
> to be repeatable.
> Is there a technical problem just letting it build with mit?
> John

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