Solaris 8 Kerberos / Ldap Client Setup
Matthew.GARRETT at external.total.com
Fri May 15 04:17:42 EDT 2009
"Douglas E. Engert" <deengert at anl.gov> wrote on 14/05/2009 20:13:25:
> Matthew.GARRETT at external.total.com wrote:
> > Folks
> > I am trying to setup a Solaris 8 client to talk to Kerberos / Ldap
> > of using NIS
> > Ldap works fine e.g getent passwd
> > Displays the LDAP Pasword entries
> > Kerberos:
> > Doing a kinit USERNAME , works fine if I am logged on to the console
> > root user
> > So would seem that /etc/krb/krb5.conf is configured correctly.
> > I have changed /etc/pam.conf to use krb5
> > other password sufficient /usr/lib/security/$ISA/pam_unix.so.1
> > other password required /usr/lib/security/$ISA/pam_krb5.
> so.1 use_first_pass
> > #
Adding debug does not seem to generate aany more details.
> Try adding debug as a param on the above line.
> > However when I try and login as a normal user /var/adm/authlog shows
> > following error's
> > May 14 17:20:48 bruce PAM: [ID 702575 auth.debug] pam_start(telnet ) -
> > debug = 1
> First of all you should not use telnet, as the password maybe sent over
> the network in the clear. Consider using ssh.
Normaly we do use ssh but for testing turned on telnet
In case ssh was causing problems.
> > No account present for user
> This says it can not find the account, so there is some issue with
> the user account or the nsswitch.conf finding ldap, or how telnet is
> passing in the username.
> add debug options to the pam.conf entries.
> We don't have any Solaris 8 anymore but when we did, we did not use the
> Sun version of Kerberos or pam_krb5. We have uses MIT Kerberos and
> pam_krb5 modules. (On Solaris 10 the Sun Kerberos, ssh and pam_krb5
> work well.)
Now that bit is intersting , maybe Solaris 8 stock version of Kerberos is
I will download the latest version and see if that makes any differance.
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