Bind 9.8 chroot and gsstsig - what additional libraries do I need?
isclists01 at googlemail.com
Mon May 23 13:54:13 UTC 2011
I am pretty sure (but not 100 %) that I also had the troubles with version
The only thing I know 100 % is that I did the test with the same version.
Bind without GSS-TSIG (no key given in the named.conf) works in CHROOT
Bind with GSS-TSIG (keytab given in the named.conf) do not work
One of the first things that was missed was dev/urandom for example.
Is there any one out that use a GSS-TSIG Bind WITH CHROOT-Enviroment?
thanx so far,
2011/5/23 Tony Finch <dot at dotat.at>
> Juergen Dietl <isclists01 at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > I run bind 9.8 with GSS-TSIG in serveral domains with update-policy list
> > for secure updatesand all is working fine. Before my bind was in a
> > CHROOT enviroment. But with using GSS-TSIG it seems to need a lot more
> > libraries.
> Did it stop working when you upgraded to BIND 9.8.0 or when you added
> GSS-TGIS support? If you changed them both at the same time then the
> problem might not be anything to do with GSS-TSIG. (If it is GSS_TSIG
> then I don't know the solution.)
> BIND 9.8.0 supports the GOST cipher, and OpenSSL implements GOST as a
> loadable module. Try copying /usr/lib/engines/libgost.so into your chroot.
> Alternatively you can rebuild BIND without GOST support. After running its
> configure script, run
> perl -ni -e "print unless /HAVE_OPENSSL_GOST/" config.h
> before running make.
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