On 03/08/17 15:44 -0800, Ted Yu wrote:
Hi, I installed cyrus-sasl-2.1.26 rc = sasl_client_new(service_name, /* The service we are using*/ host_name_.c_str(), NULL, NULL, /* Local and remote IP address strings (NULL disables mechanisms which require this info)*/ NULL, /*connection-specific callbacks*/ 0 /*security flags*/, &sconn_); sasl_security_properties_t *props = new sasl_security_properties_t(); ::memset(props, 0, sizeof(sasl_security_properties_t)); props->max_ssf = 2; sasl_setprop(sconn_, SASL_SEC_PROPS, (void *)props); const char *mechusing, *mechlist = "GSSAPI"; currentReturnCode = sasl_client_start(sconn_, /* the same context from above */ mechlist, /* the list of mechanisms from the server */ NULL, /* filled in if an interaction is needed */ &out, /* filled in on success */ &outlen, /* filled in on success */ &mechusing); Return value from sasl_client_new() was SASL_OK The return value from sasl_client_start() was -4.
Use pluginviewer to verify you have the gssapi mechanism available on the client side. You may want to review the github bug reports for 2.1.26 and GSSAPI: https://github.com/cyrusimap/cyrus-sasl/issues Try removing the max_ssf command above until you get past the -4 error. -- Dan White