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Re: problem: default realm in openssh
The test program recognizes the realm corretly:
# ./hostname_test pteryx
pteryx: hostname pteryx.natur.cuni.cz, realms NATUR.CUNI.CZ
# ./hostname_test tao
tao: hostname tao.natur.cuni.cz, realms NATUR.CUNI.CZ
The same output on both "working" and "bad" machines.
I also checked /etc/resolv.conf if it contains domain statement and it is
Here is more description to my situation:
machine A: running kdc and kadmind, kinit works, kadmin works
machine B: client only, kinit works, kadmin works
ssh from A to A with ticket: works
ssh from A to B with ticket: "unable to find realm of host B"
ssh from B to B with ticket: "unable to find realm of host B"
ssh from B to A with ticket: works only if I use the FQDN as target,
with short name "unable to find realm of host A"
Does it make any sense ?
On Sun, 23 Nov 2003, Johan Danielsson wrote:
> David Komanek <email@example.com> writes:
> > unable to find realm of host prfdec
> The hostname passed to krb5_get_host_realm should be fully qualified,
> so something is obviously wrong.
> What does this program output?