Strong Authentication at Fermilab
Part V System Administrator's Guide "B": Community-Supported Implementations
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Part V System Administrator's Guide "B": Community-Supported Implementations

Chapter 20: Installing Kerberos on a non-Fermi-Supported Linux System

In this chapter we discuss Kerberizing a machine running a Linux OS other than FRHL, using the Fermi Kerberos source code from the MIT Kerberos product. The instructions provided here should help non-UPS/UPD Linux users achieve a fully-functional Fermilab Kerberos implementation.

Chapter 21: Installing MIT Kerberos on Windows, for use with Exceed 7 and FileZilla

In this chapter we describe how to install and configure the MIT Kerberos software to Kerberize your Hummingbird Exceed 7.0 telnet connections on your Windows system (Win2k, NT4, 95, or 98). The MIT Kerberos software for Windows systems comes with a GUI configuration interface called Leash32. Installation of the Kerberos software will allow you to connect to Kerberized machines and encrypt your data transmissions.

Chapter 22: Installing Heimdal Kerberos for use with Cygwin

In this chapter we get you started installing the Heimdal Kerberos software in order to Kerberize your network connections from a Windows Cygwin system (Win2k or NT4, or other OS running NTFS). Currently, MIT Kerberos and Fermi Kerberos do not run on Cygwin without tweaking and recompiling. Installation of the Heimdal Kerberos software will allow you to connect to Kerberized machines and encrypt your data transmissions.

Chapter 23: Installing and Configuring MIT Kerberos on a Macintosh System

In this chapter we describe how to install and configure the MIT Kerberos for Macintosh 3.5 software on your Macintosh system in order to access Kerberized machines and encrypt your data transmissions.


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