kr-cmds and dropping login.krb5 (was RE: Is anyone or a group of people able to maintain appl/bsd betterthan MIT) Nicolas.Williams at
Wed Jul 24 17:15:01 EDT 2002

> It does depend on krb5_kuserok(), and therefore on ~/.k5login /
> krb5_aname_to_lname() (which you state you don't want). UNLESS you
> have my patches, or write some like them, which allow authorization
> based on Kerberos principal names via authorized_keys entries -
> since you can tell sshd where the auth_keys files live you need
> not depend on ~/.k5login.

Correction: that last part should read "since you can tell sshd where
the auth_keys files live you need not depend on ~/.k5login / krb5_an2ln()
or user home directories or user-controlled dot files."



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