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Downloading of this software may constitute an export of cryptographic software from the United States of America that is subject to the United States Export Administration Regulations (EAR), 15 CFR 730-774. Additional laws or regulations may apply. It is the responsibility of the person or entity contemplating export to comply with all applicable export laws and regulations, including obtaining any required license from the U.S. government. The U.S. government prohibits export of encryption source code to certain countries and individuals, including, but not limited to, the countries of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and residents and nationals of those countries. Contents About the distributions Kerberos V5 Release 1.20.1 - current release Kerberos V5 Release 1.19.4 - maintenance release Releases in Testing Git Repository Historical releases Kerberos for Windows Release 4.1 - current release MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2.2 MIT Kerberos for Macintosh 5.0 Available as part of Mac OS X 10.3 Kerberos Extras for Mac OS X 10.2 and later Enables support of CFM applications to access the bundled Kerberos in Mac OS X 10.2 and later About the Distributions Current releases are signed with one of the following PGP keys: C449 3CB7 39F4 A89F 9852 CBC2 0CBA 0857 5F83 72DF (email@example.com) C1BD 1C74 4EA6 6EA2 DDF1 1B43 CFE2 8FC7 253A AB87 (firstname.lastname@example.org) 2C73 2B1C 0DBE F678 AB3A F606 A32F 17FD 0055 C305 (email@example.com) Each distribution that is distributed as a tar file contains one or more files and their detached PGP signature files. Kerberos V5 Release 1.20.1 - current release(2022-11-15) For more information, please see the krb5-1.20.1 release page krb5-1.20.1.tar.gz,source code, 8459k. krb5-1.20.1.tar.gz.asc,PGP signature, 1k. Kerberos V5 Release 1.19.4 - maintenance release(2022-11-15) For more information, please see the krb5-1.19.4 release page krb5-1.19.4.tar.gz,source code, 8536k. krb5-1.19.4.tar.gz.asc,PGP signature, 1k. MIT Kerberos for Windows 4.1 For more information, please see the releasepage . 64-bit MSI Installer kfw-4.1-amd64.msi, 10812k. 32-bit MSI Installer kfw-4.1-i386.msi, 5836k. Sources kfw-4.1-src.zip, 7981k, detached signature kfw-4.1-src.zip.asc, 1k. MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2.2 For more information, please see the releasepage . Installer kfw-3-2-2.exe, 6425k. MSI Installer kfw-3-2-2.msi, 8967k. Core Binaries, kfw-3-2-2.zip, 8218k. SDK, kfw-3-2-2-sdk.zip, 559k. Sources, kfw-3-2-2-src.zip, 13814k. Have a nice day!
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In this animation (click on one of the links to download theavi or ZIP file), one sees an entire lunar orbit from a pointsunward of the Moon, and north of the Earth's equator. The mainpoints of interest are (i) that theMoon is in synchronous orbit, and keeps the same face pointingtowards the Earth, and (ii) that allareas of the Moon are in full sunlight at some stage during thelunar cycle. The term "dark side of the Moon" is indeedsomewhat inaccurate if taken literally.
The Ada 2005 Reference Manual has been converted to EMACS Info format by Stephen Leake. That version can be downloaded from his site.Annotated Ada 2005 Language Reference Manual (AARM)Intended primarily for compiler writers, conformance test writers, and others who wish to study the fine details,the AARM contains all of the text and various annotations in the Ada 2005 LRM. This 2005 edition includes the changesfrom Technical Corrigendum 1, Amendment 1, and annotations on them.
The Annotated Ada 2005 Reference Manual has been converted to EMACS Info format by Stephen Leake. That version can be downloaded from his site.Other Ada 2005 DocumentsRationale for Ada 2005The Rationale provides an overview of Ada 2005 features, examples of their use,compilatibility with Ada 95, and more. It was written by John Barnes, and wassponsored in part by the Ada Resource Association.The Rationale is available on-linein HTML and PDF formats. 041b061a72