[Samba] Kerberos Keytab and Openssh
pubsyssamba at bbc.co.uk
Wed Jan 7 15:36:36 GMT 2004
I think this is the same issue I came across some time ago. Check https://bugzilla.samba.org for bug id 538 and see if that matches your problem. If so the fix has obviously missed 3.0.1 so I hope it will be integrated into 3.0.2,
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Conversation: Kerberos Keytab and Openssh
Subject: [Samba] Kerberos Keytab and Openssh
I'm having an issue with samba 3.0.1 (and I also tried grabbing source from
cvs a day ago). I've searched around, but haven't come up with any working
patches to help me. My first issue is an interaction between the principals
used by samba and those by openssh. I built openssh with gssapi support.
For sshd, I need to install a host/machine principal in the keytab
(/etc/krb5.keytab). Now, I'd like to build and install samba on the
machine. When I do so, and use 'net join' to create a computer account on
the domain for samba, both samba and openssh fail. Creating a computer
account makes a conflicting host/machine principal, thus preventing openssh
from using gssapi successfully. Seeing that the computer account samba
needs to function entails a host/machine principal, is there a way to have
samba extract that host principal and store in /etc/krb5.keytab? That way,
both samba AND openssh could use the host principal. Or, does anyone have
any other suggestions on other ways to address this problem?
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