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Operating Systems Solaris How to practice OBP without having sun system. Post 302341299 by incredible on Wednesday 5th of August 2009 12:27:12 PM
Old 08-05-2009
Nothing to really practise on the OBP. examples are there on how to issue command and set param on OBP. for firmware upgrades, the readme file also tells you step by step on updating the OBP .. sooo simple.
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sasl_server_step(3)						  SASL man pages					       sasl_server_step(3)

sasl_server_step - Perform a step in the authentication negotiation SYNOPSIS
#include <sasl/sasl.h> int sasl_server_step(sasl_conn_t *conn, const char *clientin, unsigned clientinlen, const char ** serverout, unsigned * serveroutlen); DESCRIPTION
sasl_server_step() performs a step in the authentication negotiation. It returns SASL_OK if the whole negotiation is successful and SASL_CONTINUE if this step is ok but at least one more step is needed. conn is the SASL connection context clientin is the data given by the client (decoded if the protocol encodes requests sent over the wire) clientinlen is the length of cli- entin serverout and serveroutlen are set by the library and should be sent to the client. RETURN VALUE
sasl_server_step returns an integer which corresponds to one of the SASL error codes. SASL_CONTINUE indicates success and that there are more steps needed in the authentication. SASL_OK indicates that the authentication is complete. All other return codes indicate errors and should either be handled or the authentication session should be quit. CONFORMING TO
sasl(3), sasl_errors(3), sasl_server_init(3), sasl_server_new(3), sasl_server_start(3) SASL
10 July 2001 sasl_server_step(3)

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