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Re: pam_krb5 not talking to kdc
Alex Schenkman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I want to have all my user entries in the kdc (like NIS)
> If I need also a NIS server then I would have two passwords:
> one on the NIS maps and the other within kerberos.
You probably need to have all users listed in /etc/passwd (or whatever
database getpwnam() uses). You don't need to list any *passwords*
there (just put * or somesuch in the passwd field), only username,
uid, home directory, and login shell, etc.