Scott McGuire smcguire at MIT.EDU
Sat Mar 9 13:06:01 EST 2002

At 12:31 PM -0500 3/9/02, John S. Leyba wrote:
>Hello. We are trying to get Kerberos to function on OS X here at 
>Dartmouth. Historically we have used SideCar to authenticate to our 
>servers. On OS 9 it just runs in the background, as you know. Almost 
>all users have it in their startup items.
>I am running 10.1.3 on a G4 dual 500, trying to make this work--I 
>work in Academic Computing (in addition to being a student), and we 
>want to be able to set up something for everyone, but someone has to 
>make it work first...
>Anyway, I have installed the Kerberos front end available on your 
>page, but it will not let me edit the realm that I am in. (I had 
>installed the more complete version first) Is this a lockout because 
>of licensing, or just a bug?

There is no lockout due to licensing.

To add realms to the pop-up menu, you have to edit the 
edu.mit.Kerberos file, which contains the Kerberos configuration. 
There is no GUI for adding realms at this time.  See:


for all the details.

If you are still having problems after following the documentation, 
let us know.

Scott McGuire / smcguire at mit.edu
MIT Information Systems Macintosh Developer

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