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SSO without EP using Kerberos

I am trying to integrate MITs Kerberos with SAP but cannot get SAP to start when the gssapi library file gssapi_krb5.so is loaded.

The error message received is;

  • ERROR => DlLoadLib: dlopen()= 0509-022 Cannot load module /usr/extract/krb5-1.3.3/src/lib/gssapi/krb5/gssapi_krb5.so.

0509-102 The size of the auxiliary header is invalid.

0509-194 Examine file headers with the 'dump -ohv' command. -> DLENOACCESS (8,Cannot run a file that does not have a valid format.) [dlux.c 226]

I think this is because there are no shared libraries linked with this file. I have analysed similar files using the command 'dump -Tv <filename>' and can see that libr_c.a is linked.

Does anyone know how to link the correct libraries with this file or know where I can obtain a correct version of the gssapi.so file for AIX 5.1?

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2004 at 10:26 AM

    Try compiling Kerberos from source with

    .configure --enable-shared

    make

    make install

    I hope this gives a shared library under /usr/local/lib.

    From there it can be copied to where you need it.

    Best regards,

    C. Barbat

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2005 at 02:50 AM

    Hi Sheila,

    Did you have any success with getting Kerberos integration with SAP on AIX? I'm looking into it and would value any feedback you can give.

    Many thanks,

    Greg

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