[OpenAFS] OpenAFS Project List

Neulinger, Nathan R. nneul@umr.edu
Wed, 14 Mar 2001 08:44:08 -0600

We're using it without any problems. I have a equivalent patch that does
most of what Ken's does against krb5-current if you want it.

As for NT, works just fine, although aklog is usually a pain to get

-- Nathan

> -----Original Message-----
> > This doesn't really refer to a project; There's no 
> "progress" to be made.
> > Doug and Ken have made available tools to enable the use of AFS in a
> > Kerberos 5 environment, in preference to the use of the kaserver.
> While it is true that these tools exist, I would not agree 
> that there's no
> progree to be made!  The afs-krb5 migration kit is quite handy (we've
> been using it for several years now--thanks Ken and Doug!) it 
> does have
> shortcomings.  It isn't for the faint-of-heart to compile or 
> configure, and
> the newest revision of kerberos 5 that it will work with is  
> v1.0.6, which
> has significant security problems--fixed in the newest 
> versions.  (We also
> have an issue where Windows clients fail miserably when authenticating
> against our krb5-bastardized AFS cell, but the lack of 
> discussion of this
> issue leads me to believe that this is either a local problem 
> or else very
> few sites are actively using the migration kit).
> Don't get me wrong, the afs-krb5 migration kit is nice; it 
> just needs a bit
> more active maintenance IMHO...
> PS.  I'd appreciate hearing what other sites are using the 
> 'kit (especially
> if you have Windows clients successfully authenticating against it).
> Cheers,
> Stephen
> --
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