[OpenAFS] Re: Help: Can OpenSSH get OpenAFS token after the client login?

Jason Edgecombe jason@rampaginggeek.com
Sat, 11 Jun 2011 09:05:54 -0400

On 06/11/2011 08:31 AM, Lee Eric wrote:
> Hi,
> The systems are using Fedora 14 and the systems can log in each other
> by using Kerberos. But it seems after OpenSSH login the client side
> cannot get the OpenAFS token. So is there any way to let the client
> side get the OpenAFS token after login? Just a guessing, could I use
> pam_afs_session in /etc/pam.d/sshd to do this?
> [root@client1 ~]# kinit huli
> Password for huli@HERDINGCAT.INTERNAL:
> [root@client1 ~]# ssh huli@submit.herdingcat.internal
> Last login: Sat Jun 11 08:30:24 2011 from client1.herdingcat.internal
> Could not chdir to home directory /afs/herdingcat.internal/home/huli:
> Permission denied
> -bash: /afs/herdingcat.internal/home/huli/.bash_profile: Permission denied
> -bash-4.1$
yes, pam_afs_session can do that.

In addition, for single sign-on to work, the remote machine must have a 
host keytab installed and put the following in your local ssh config 
(/etc/ssh/ssh_config or ~/.ssh/config):

     GSSAPIAuthentication yes
     GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes