[OpenAFS] Info on Kerberos wanted

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
18 Jan 2001 12:35:19 -0500

If you want to use MIT Kerberos (or KTH Kerberos), you just ignore
klog* and *.krb, and you use the aklog utility to obtain AFS tickets
from a real KDC and stash them in the kernel as AFS tokens.


Silke Mueller <silke@uni-paderborn.de> writes:

> Hi,
> I'm new to afs and working on a test installation using the redhat
> rpm's provided by openafs.org.
> I'd like to use kerberos authentication, but the documentation is
> rather vague regarding that. It just states that I have to use the
> kerberos versions of klog, pagsh and tokens, but later it says "AFS
> Product Support can provide instructions on installing the kerberos
> versions of these FOUR commands."
> And the rpm installed just these 2 files: /usr/bin/klog.krb and
> /usr/bin/tokens.krb
> So now I'm rather confused and I'd appreciate any help you might
> provide.
> Thanks
>      Silke
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