Re: Configuring SASL client

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Am Thu, 28 May 2015 17:18:46 -0500
schrieb Dan White <dwhite@xxxxxxx>:

> On 05/27/15 13:05 -0700, Jordan Brown wrote:
> >I'm sorry, I'm sure this is documented somewhere but I'm just not
> >finding it.
> >
> >When a SASL server application calls
> >    result = sasl_server_init(NULL, "myserver");
> >the library reads configuration options
> >from /usr/lib/sasl2/myserver.conf.
> >
> >When a SASL client application calls
> >    result = sasl_client_init(NULL);
> >there's no program name specified, so what file does it read?
> I cannot find it documented either. The code indicates that a NULL
> parameter is acceptible. My assumption would be that libsasl would
> function as if there were a missing config file and use the defaults.

man sasl_client_new(3)
man sasl_client_init(3)

> >(I know that the caller can supply a getopt callback and supply
> >custom settings, but the particular caller that I'm interested in -
> >OpenLDAP's client - passes in NULL.)


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