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Re: [OpenAFS-devel] New OpenSSH
> On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Andrei Maslennikov wrote:
> > 3) Connecting from a session wit k5 creds:
> > ---------------------------------------
> > GSSAPI authentication works and K5 credentials are being
> > forwarded correctly. However, while I am admitted to the host
> > with gssapi-with-mic, I am not getting token/pagsh anymore
> > (like in case of K5-password login).
> Yes. The code paths here are completely different, and the AFS code in
> OpenSSH is only invoked if a credentials cache is obtained directly
> through Kerberos (rather than through GSSAPI).
It looks like it works for me. I have a mod in session.c to call the get_afs_token
routine which replaces the k_afs calls. I see in the debug output that
it is indeed calling my routine and passing the delegated credentials to it
via the KRB5CCNAME environment.
So this may be a problem with the way the k_afs works which may expect
the credentials in memory?
Here is a piece of the log on the client side.
debug1: Setting KRB5CCNAME to FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_134_x26699 ## From gss-serv.c:
Environment: ## From sesison.c copy_environment
[... left out a few lines...]
debug3: channel 0: close_fds r -1 w -1 e -1
debug3: channel 1: close_fds r 18 w 18 e -1
debug1: Getting AFS PAG and token ## From my call to get_afs_token in session.c
Checking directory /afs ## Form my ak5log which was forked/execd in get_afs_token.
Checking directory /afs/anl.gov ## and used the KRB5CCNAME to find the credentials.
Authenticating to cell anl.gov.
Getting tickets: afsx/anl.gov@KRB5.ANL.GOV
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