[OpenAFS] Basic newbie question...

Derrick J Brashear shadow@dementia.org
Sat, 24 Feb 2001 10:13:20 -0500

--On Saturday, February 24, 2001 09:00:43 AM -0500 Derek Atkins 
<warlord@MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Jon Tegner <Jon.Tegner@wiglaf.se> writes:
>> Derek Atkins wrote:
>> > The main benefit of using a real KDC instead of KAServer is that the
>> > KAServer isn't really designed to do well in terms of providing
>> > authentication for non-AFS services.  So, if you want to use Kerberos
>> > to authenticate other servers, then I would recommend you really use a
>> > Kerberos KDC instead of KAServer.
>> Where can one find information covering how to do this?
> Honestly, I'm not sure if anyone has published a document on how
> to do this.  Basically, you:
>	 1) Install Kerberos
>	 2) Install AFS
>	 3) Build (or install) "aklog" and "asetkey", which are the
>	    tools used to obtain AFS tokens or install an AFS KeyFile
>	    (for AFS Servers) from Kerberos tickets.
>	 4) Continue as normal; use kinit+aklog instead of klog to get
>	    Kerberos Tickets + AFS Tokens

Ken Hornstein has a document describing how to do it.
Look at
and get the toolkit
(which includes krb5-aware aklog and asetkey)
which will include notes on how to do this