I finally managed to get the krb5 extension for PHP ready for some kind of release, since the last time I wrote about it I felt the urge to implement yet another feature: Negotiate authentication using GSSAPI. This enables real kerberos single sign on support for webapplications in PHP and works in Mozilla (tested on Windows and Linux - using MIT kerberos/KfW) and should work on IE, too, but I have not yet had the chance to test using SSPI. Nice to have
I'll post some article on this feature in the next days.
I now have copied the missing headers from the the mit-krb5 distribution, so the source is not needed anymore.
I found a previous post stating that you are working on an AFS php extension;
I will need a similar extension and i wonder if you had some result.
I have no experience in building php extensions but if you have someting almost-working I can try to add functionalities.
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