Thu, 16 Feb 2006 13:48:30 -0900
It helps to look at the krb5 logfiles, they tell you if you incorrect
Ken Hornstein's migration guide is the best howto noting that des-crc-cbc
should be des-crc-cbc:normal.
Using strace is helpful also.
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Thanks Steve, I'll give that a try.
On 16-Feb-06, at 12:23 PM, Steve Devine wrote:
> Pucky Loucks wrote:
>> Hi Brandon,
>> how do I extract the service key from kadmin so that I can add it
>> to AFS? The only documentation that I could find is so old, that
>> I'm kind of lost.
>> with- kerberos.html
>> What I'm trying to do is replace kaserver with MIT Kerberos. Do
>> you know of more up to date info on this topic? I also have the
>> book Managing AFS and all it has are 5 points on how to do it.
>> 1)stop kaserver
>> 2) create principal called afs
>> 3) use ext_srvtab to extract the AFS service key
>> 4) use asetkey to install this extracted service into AFS's keyfile
>> 5) put the MIT kerberos REALM name into the afs configuration
>> file / usr/afs/etc/krb.conf
>> That's it, but I'm not having any luck with step 3.
>> any help would be great.
>> On 16-Feb-06, at 11:59 AM, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
>>> On Feb 16, 2006, at 2:56 , Pucky Loucks wrote:
>>>> I can't find this program anywhere, can someone point me in the
>>>> right direction? I'm implementing MIT Kerberos in my Cell and
>>>> need to export the Key from MIT into AFS.
>>> It's not a program, it's a command within kadmin.
>>> brandon s. allbery [linux,solaris,freebsd,perl]
>>> system administrator [openafs,heimdal,too many hats]
>>> electrical and computer engineering, carnegie mellon
>>> university KF8NH
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> I have some notes on what we did when we migrated here:
> Steve Devine
> Storage Systems
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