[OpenAFS] Kerberos 5 in OpenAFS

David Claessens dac@tinc.be
Wed, 20 Apr 2005 11:58:16 +0200


Maybe these could help you, these are the guides I used for installing my AFS cell on 
Debian sarge:

AFAIK asetkey and aklog are 2 programs from the Kerberos Migration kit. asetkey is 
for converting your afs kerberosV service key to Kerberos4 key so afs can work with 
it and aklog is for obtaining AFS tokens from your kerberosV ticket.

Hope this helps,


dom.toretto@pandora.be wrote:
> Hello Everybody,
> I've set up an OpenAFs cell, and it works fine. I can create Users, user directories and so on.
> But now I'm trying to implement Kerberos 5 into openAFS, I find a lot of information about what goes wrong or what mistakes people make.
> But I don't know how to start.
> Some people talk about migration tools like asetkey and aklog, but what do they do?
> Is there someone who can help me get on the way implementing Kerberos into OpenAFS???
> I'm working with gentoo, and my kernel-version is 2.4.26.
> The version of OpenAFS is 1.2.11
> THX in advance.
> Greetz Loretto