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Unread postPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 1:02 am 

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Location: Phoenix, AZ
I'm pondering setting up an MIT Kerberos server, but only if it'll help with password synch on my SGI machines as well as the other stuff.

So far as I can tell from Google, my options for older versions are:

1) Try my hand at hacking around with OpenAFS, which has some weird voodoo iaf? module

2) Replace /bin/login with some hacked up MIT version and forgo xdm logins

3) ???

4) Profit

(Okay, the last two are my homage to Slashdot :wink: )

Or am I really screwed without 6.5.20 (or whatever version it is that has PAM support)?

 Post subject: Kerberos revisited
Unread postPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2004 12:22 am 

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I'm looking at setting up a kerberos realm to unify logins between my systems (IRIX, OpenBSD, Debian, NT 5.x).

Has anyone here used Kerberos on IRIX?
How well is it intergated, is is transperent to normal operations?
What version(s) of Kerberos is supported?

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Unread postPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2004 4:12 am 
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Location: Maryland, USA
Never used it but from 6.5.24:

versions | grep kerberos                                     
I  kerberos             06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos, 1.3.1
I         06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos Online Documentation, 1.3.1
I  06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos man pages, 1.3.1
I     06/21/2004  Kerberos 5 PAM module man pages
I  06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos Release Notes, 1.3.1
I  kerberos.sw          06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos Software, 1.3.1
I  kerberos.sw.client   06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos client commands and config files, 1.3.1
I  kerberos.sw.lib32    06/21/2004  MIT Kerberos n32 shared libraries, 1.3.1
I  kerberos.sw.pam      06/21/2004  Kerberos 5 PAM module

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