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gss_display_status(3)					 gss_display_status(3)

       gss_display_status - Convert GSS-API return codes to text.

       #include <gssapi/gssapi.h>

       OM_uint32 gss_display_status(
	       OM_uint32 * minor_status,
	       OM_uint32 status_value,
	       int status_type,
	       const gss_OID mech_type,
	       OM_uint32 * message_context,
	       gss_buffer_t status_string );

       Kerberos	 5  error  code.   Status  value  to  be  converted  to	 text.
       GSS_C_GSS_CODE -- GSS-API major status code.

	      GSS_C_MECH_CODE -- Kerberos 5 minor status code.	Object identi‐
	      fier  (OID)  of the security mechanism used to interpret a minor
	      status value. Specify GSS_C_NO_OID  to  obtain  the  Kerberos  5
	      default.	Output indicator for displaying multiple status codes.
	      Specify zero on the first call to this function. If further mes‐
	      sages  are contained in the status_value parameter, this parame‐
	      ter is set to a non-zero value. This parameter must be specified
	      in  subsequent  calls,  along  with the same values for the sta‐
	      tus_value, status_type, and mech_type parameters.	  Text	inter‐
	      pretation	 of  the  status_value parameter. All returned strings
	      are terminated with a NULL character. The	 length	 of  the  sta‐
	      tus_string parameter does not include the NULL.

	      The  application	must release this buffer after use with a call
	      to gss_release_buffer().

       The gss_display_status() function returns text representations of  GSS-
       API status codes for display to the user or for logging purposes. Since
       some status codes may indicate multiple errors, applications  may  need
       to  call this function multiple times until the message_context parame‐
       ter is set to zero. Each call always returns a single text string.

       Storage associated with the text strings must be freed by the  applica‐
       tion after use with a call to gss_release_buffer().

       GSS_S_BAD_MECH		       xx01xxxx
       GSS_S_BAD_STATUS		       xx05xxxx
       GSS_S_CALL_BAD_STRUCTURE	       03xxxxxx
       GSS_S_COMPLETE		       00000000
       GSS_S_FAILURE		       xx0Dxxxx

       Functions:  gss_release_buffer(3)


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