Operating Systems & Kerbros
vanessaj at defcen.gov.au
Tue Feb 4 22:06:00 EST 2003
> >>>>> "peterwu" == Peter Wu <peterwu at hotmail.com> writes:
> peterwu> Luke Howard wrote:
> >> Likely the only "certified" versions of Kerberos you'll find are
> >> the ones from operating system vendors themselves, such as Sun's
> >> SEAM.
> >> Otherwise, I would expect that MIT Kerberos works on most modern
> >> POSIX-compliant operating systems.
> peterwu> Is Windows 2000 considered a *certified* Kerberos OS?
> Who gets to certify a Kerberos implementation? :-) Seriously, though,
> what is the original poster actually asking?
I want to know if the MIT Kerberos v5 will work on Solaris 2.9?
Has anyone got it to work on Soarlis 2.9. We want to upgrade our operating system
and I want to make sure there aren't going to be any major problems.
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