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#126 fixed INN 2.4.5 crashing with Perl 5.8.9 eagle jeff

When INN 2.4.5 (but not 2.4.3), is compiled with perl support using Perl 5.8.9 (but not 5.8.8 or 5.10.0), innd crashes at startup. Both reports come from users with FreeBSD (one running 6.x and one running 7.1-p2).

gdb of the innd core shows:

#0  0x281bbd90 in Perl_doing_taint () from .../perl5/5.8.9/mach/CORE/
#1  0x281bbdd4 in Perl_sys_init3 () from .../perl5/5.8.9/mach/CORE/
#2  0x08090e74 in PERLsetup ()
#3  0x0805c088 in main ()

Reported separately by Marc G. Fournier and Michael Grimm.

#132 fixed auth_krb5: use the modern function calls to get the Kerberos error eagle Julien ÉLIE

auth_krb5 needs to be ported to the modern function calls to get the Kerberos error instead of using com_err, which will eliminate the need for including com_err.h or et/com_err.h which are no longer part of the official Kerberos API. This requires a replacement for krb5_{get,free}_error_message on older systems. rra-c-util does this in portable/krb5.h and portable/krb5-extra.c (along with a ton of other Kerberos portability stuff). It would be possible to add a subset of that logic, although it will require some surgery to fit into the INN compilation framework.

INN's configure will then no longer have to clear KRB5_LIBS if neither et/com_err.h nor com_err.h could be found and --with-krb5 was not given.

#139 fixed Improve the colon-space check in headers eagle Julien ÉLIE

Posting the below article generates that log in news.err:

Sep 15 21:37:08 news nnrpd[29674]: Bad header copying headers for Perl: 'message-id <test@…>'

nnrpd should check that syntax before calling the Perl filter.

POST 340 Ok, recommended message-ID <mt9rvr$sva$1@…> From: <test@…> Newsgroups: trigofacile.test Subject: test Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 15:40:14 +0000 (UTC) message-id <test@…>

Test . 441 437 No colon-space in "message-id <test@…>" header

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