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Re: kadmin bad response during sendauth exchange
On 7/27/07, Love Hörnquist Åstrand <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You need to look at the kadmind log/output.
> > Heimdal log reports the following:
> > 2007-07-26T15:47:35 Failed processing 35 byte request from
> > IPv4:192.168.0.110
> What is the request (whats on the logs above)
Well, apparently, as it turns out, I am not terribly bright.
kadmind for some reason isn't running by default on debian when the
kdc is started. I am not sure if the kdc is automatically supposed to
start kadmind based on the existence of an acl file (or rather, a
non-empty acl file) or via some other way.
All in all, nothing at all to do with Heimdal. Manually starting
kadmind obviously fixes everything. I've simply patched debian
start-up scripts to ensure it is started.
Apologies about the noise.
Mustafa A. Hashmi