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    Default Where is kadmin command?

    Hello!

    I'm trying to configure Kerberos + LDAP using that tutorial: Kerberos/LDAP/NFSv4 HOWTO [Doug Potter]
    I found command kdb5_util in path: /usr/lib/mit/sbin, but I can't find kadmin command.

    I have OpenSUSE 11.4 and instaled packages:
    krb5
    krb5-server
    krb5-plugin-kdb-ldap

    Any ideas?

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    package krb5-client

    /lib/mit/bin/kadmin

    You did read the first line of that HowTo?
    These instructions are specific to Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Version 4.

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    > -These instructions are specific to Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL),
    > Version 4.-


    RHEL was released EIGHT years ago...
    see if you can't find newer info, and especially info for *this* distro:

    this first link searches only for info on this forum, openSUSE Wiki and
    everything in the opensuse.org universe, stick with it if you can:

    http://www.google.dk/search?q=site%3...+Kerveros+LDAP

    this second link searches across the entire internet but specifies that
    "SUSE" appear on the same page, use it carefully (it might give you a
    GREAT tutorial on how to set up Debian and have an ad with 'SUSE' in it):

    http://www.google.dk/search?q=SUSE+c...+Kerveros+LDAP

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    I didn't notice that I can't find good tutorial for LDAP + Kerberos...
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    Can you please help me and tell how LDAP and Kerberos can be integrated? Can I configure them somehow to replicate users?

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    On 12/22/2011 11:46 PM, rysic wrote:
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    > Can you please help me and tell how LDAP and Kerberos can be integrated?
    > Can I configure them somehow to replicate users?


    i personally have never used either and have zero clue how either work
    independently or 'integrated'...so, if i were gonna help you all i could
    do is read the documentation and force feed it to you...and, i don't
    normally try to help outside my areas of comfort..

    so, if you are unable to google up some documentation you are gonna need
    to find someone else to ask....by the way, i wonder why you did't ask in
    our fine networking forum?? see, the way it works here is: the
    networking gurus read in the networking forum, where they answer
    networking questions . . .

    i give you 363k hits from the openSUSE *documentation* on either LDAP
    and/or kerberos: http://tinyurl.com/brtmqqr

    i just bet with enough patience you will find the info you need..(no one
    is born knowing how to do what you wanna do)

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    Hi,

    have a look at
    http://forums.opensuse.org/english/g...ldap-yast.html

    perhaps the links mentioned there can help you.

    If you can read germen, perhaps

    39.11. Verwenden von LDAP und Kerberos
    can help you,too (even if it is for an older version of opensuse).

    HTH

    Lenwolf

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    I saw that pages. Main goal is that I want to configure Kerberos + LDAP + NFS + Postfix (that is one point in my master's thisis ) but every page is showing how to access LDAP using Kerberos ticket.
    User login to Linux using Kerberos user and then to other systems but if you need some user gorups or special attributs for Postfix/NFS, then you must use LDAP but LDAP is different database and the question is if that can be integrated.

    I will find a way how to configure LDAP and Kerberos but I can't get the idea how it can be done....

    DenverD,
    I tried and I was looking at a lot of network pages - there is always how to configure Kerberos or how configure LDAP, newet how they can work together...
    http://forums.opensuse.org/forums/en...-kerberos.html

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    On 12/23/2011 05:46 PM, rysic wrote:
    > that is one point in my master's


    we are not here to help you do research for a degree!!!

    that research is YOUR responsibility...or did you intend to include a
    footnote giving credit to the actual 'master' (here) who did the work
    you report on????????????

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    Default Re: Where is kadmin command?

    I'm not asking in that forum how to do that step by step, only about idea, about direction how it can be done in Linux. Isn't asking people, reading books, looking in google research?

    we are not here to help you
    So why are you here? To shout for other users??

    If you don't want to help or dont know answers for questions, please don't write such a stupid posts.

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