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Re: 0.1m: krb4 is krb4, krb5 is krb5, never the twain shall meet?
> Hm. I was getting AFS and krb4 authentication fine, but krb5 kinit
> gave "Password incorrect" for all the transferred principals I tested.
> If I created a new principal, it worked fine for all three
> authentication variants.
You sure you had the correct salt value on the converted principals?
The key should look like in following dump-line (the part in
/"juguete.sics.se") is the salt (juguete.sics.se being the cell name).
assar@JUGUETE.SICS.SE 0::3:9bdc9bb59bd69ea4:10/"juguete.sics.se"::2:9bdc9bb59bd69ea4:10/"juguete.sics.se"::1:9bdc9bb59bd69ea4:10/"juguete.sics.se" 19990913004516:kadmin/hprop@JUGUETE.SICS.SE - - - - 90000 - 126