problem setting up ssh-krb5 from Debian Sarge

Wes Chow wes at
Fri Oct 29 13:55:29 EDT 2004

ack, yes it's some sort of NIS difficulty.  If I remove NIS and put my
username into the remove /etc/passwd file, I can ssh in (though it
doesn't forward my tickets, but one problem at a time...).

I must have NIS and PAM misconfigured...  I'll do some more poking


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