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Kerberos Infrastructure HOWTO

Kerberos Infrastructure HOWTO

V. Alex Brennen

2004-05-29

Revision History
Revision 2.0.02004-05-28Revised by: VAB
Conversion to DocBook XML. General Content Updates, including incorporation of Technical and Metadata/Markup Reviews.
Revision 1.0.32003-04-01Revised by: VAB
Minor Updates, Minor Corrections, Additional links added.
Revision 1.0.22002-09-13Revised by: VAB
Minor Updates, Minor Corrections, Added 8.6, Additional links added.
Revision 1.0.12002-07-15Revised by: VAB
Minor Updates, Fixes.
Revision 1.0.02002-06-13Revised by: VAB
Initial Release.

This document describes the design and configuration of a Kerberos infrastructure for handling authentication with GNU/Linux. It details steps for a best practices method of setting up servers, Kerberos software, conversion of legacy systems, and answers frequently asked questions.


1. About this Document

1.1. General Information

Copyright (c) 2002-2004 V. Alex Brennen (VAB).

This document is hereby placed in the public domain.

This document lives at http://cryptnet.net/fdp/admin/kerby-infra/en/kerby-infra.html

1.2. Translations

This document is currently only available in the following languages:

  • [en] English

If you know of a translation or would like to translate it to another language please let me know so that I can distribute or link to the translated versions.

1.3. Credits and Contributors

1.4. Feedback

Please send any additions, comments, corrections and criticisms to the following email address: .

    
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