OpenSSH and GSSAPI patch
Douglas E. Engert
deengert at anl.gov
Wed Sep 18 12:29:24 EDT 2002
> I was using successfully OpenSSH 3.1p1 with the GSSAPI/MIT patches from
> www.swx.org to authenticate to a w2k server. Now I want to install the
> latest version of OpenSSH which is 3.4p3 and so I patched it using again
> the GSSAPI patch and used the MIT kerberos v1.2.5 libraries but now I
> have a minor problem:
Sounds like in the previous version, you where sending your Kerberos password
to the sshd, and it was using this to login on the server.
Look at the sshd_config file for these, and see if they are set the same.
> To be able to ssh onto the SSHD server which is Kerberos enabled I need
> before to do a kinit else it's impossible to login. Before with OpenSSH
> 3.1p1 I could simply enter my passwords and it would work. What did
> change, how can I get this feauture back again so that in case i didn't
> do a kinit it will accept the password from prompt ?
> Many thanks
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Douglas E. Engert <DEEngert at anl.gov>
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