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From jis@BITSY.MIT.EDU  Thu Jul  9 13:19:53 1987
Date: Thu, 9 Jul 87 13:19:00 EDT
From: Jeffrey I. Schiller <jis@BITSY.MIT.EDU>
        Treese@ATHENA.MIT.EDU, kerberos@ATHENA.MIT.EDU
In-Reply-To: Jerome H. Saltzer's message of Wed, 8 Jul 87 14:04:06 EDT 
Subject: Availability of Kerberos

I would not pick up kerberos this instant. I am in the middle of adding
support for non-Ingres based databases (ie. on top of ndbm files). This
support includes the low level record manipulation functions (mostly
done at this point, thanx to Stan Zanarotti at LCS), and utility programs
to dump and load the database (in progress now).

This work should be in a reasonable state in about a weeks time (which
is when I am targetting cutting Athena over to it). Stay tuned for
more information.


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