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Re: SEAM change password protocol different?
You're on Solaris 8 right?
Take a look at patches 112237-09, 112390-08, and 110060-14. In
particular notice bug ID 4360141 in (some of) the patch descriptions.
I have someone else here checking that for me, but if they really fix
that bug then they will fix the problem.
The corresponding Solaris 9 patches are part of the "recommended and
security" cluster, which I already had installed. Note that the
latest Kerberos security notice from Sun is November 2003.
Now if I knew why Leash on PC can't change passwords. . . That's
another list though.
At 11:32 AM -0800 2/27/04, Henry B. Hotz wrote:
>At 7:20 PM +0000 2/26/04, Dave Love wrote:
>>"Henry B. Hotz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> For me that man page is in section 5, not section 4 (which is
>>> machine-specific device drivers on NetBSD).
>>You need to look at the Solaris end for doc on Solaris peculiarities.
>OK, I just did that and now /bin/kpasswd on the Solaris machine
>works fine with the 0.53-ish Heimdal kdc. Maybe Heimdal 0.4 has a
>Specifically "that" is putting the following line in
>/etc/krb5/krb5.conf next to the admin_server line for my test realm:
> kpasswd_protocol = SET_CHANGE
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