Proposal: Support for 32 bit version numbers in keytabs
jaltman at columbia.edu
Thu Dec 2 13:30:24 EST 2004
Java uses the Version 1 format of the MIT keytab file.
Ezra Peisach wrote:
>>How does this work with SEAM on Solaris or HP's Kerberos or any other
> The short answer is - I do not know.
> If HP's kerberos is really based on MIT 1.2.2 release (according to one
> web site) - then they do not have the vno > 240 hacks - but the file
> reading code should be the same.
> SEAM: Nico can speak better to this...
> Other vendors - I do not know... Regretfully, as far as I know - there is
> no published standard for the keytab file. Please correct me if I am
> Does anyone know of the interoperability of keytabs? Remember - we will
> still be able to read - or import the older format (say from Windows)...
> I suppose we can setup a flag in krb5.conf to not produce this
> extended keytab file for those that need it...
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