[OpenAFS] Problem with klog

Derrick Brashear shadow@gmail.com
Fri, 29 May 2009 08:04:52 -0400

On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 7:06 AM, David Robson <David.Robson@jet.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been trying to set up a test AFS cell on Fedora 10. =A0I have been
> following
> a web page "Creating a New Cell on Fedora", that was at www.dementia.org =
> few
> weeks ago, but now seems to have disappeared. =A0Fortunately, I have a pa=
> copy

Sure looks there to me


> I have set up an AFS cell, a partition a volume and a user and an acl.
> On the server machine, I can authenticate as the user with kadmin and akl=
> and then I have read/write access to the user's /afs home directory. =A0A=
> good so far.
> However, I can't authenticate with klog, on the AFS server, or on client
> machines.
> If I run "klog <username>", I get the error message

kinit <username>; aklog

you'll need a basic krb5.conf to do this.

> "Unable to authenticate to AFS because Authentication Server was
> unavailable."
> After a bit of googling, I find that I should be running the kaserver, I
> do so by running /usr/afs/bin/kaserver as root in the xterm. =A0How shoul=
> it be run, and with which arguments??
> With kaserver running, I now get the error ...
> "Unable to authenticate to AFS because user doesn't exist."
> But the user exists! =A0I created it with kadmin -q "addprinc <username>"
> Further googling suggests I shouldn't be running kaserver, but kdc.
> However I AM running krb5kdc, but it doesn't seem to be listening on
> the same port as kaserver (7004)
> I am confused and stuck. =A0Can anyone put me in the right direction?
> Dave
> P.S
> I am running

Any reason not 1.4.10?