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Cron, Charles wrote:

> I realize that, its just that all is ok in the datacenter,
> all is ok with the old domain, and so many other packages
> depend on the installed version of krb5, dont know how I would
> manage the upgrade without replacing all the servers in
> the field.


You can rebuild a newer krb5 rpm for RedHat 9. Grab the Fedora
SRPM and rebuild. I've done this before.

But back to the original issue, what is the difference
between the datacenter machines that work and those ones
that fail? DNS domain perhaps? Sorry, I don't remember all
the details from the original post.






cheers, jerry
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