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Part IV System Administrator's Guide "A": Recommended and Supported Implementations
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Part IV System Administrator's Guide "A": Recommended and Supported Implementations

Chapter 14: Installing Fermi Kerberos on a UNIX (non-Linux) System

In this chapter we provide instructions for installing the Fermilab kerberos product on a UNIX machine (Linux is treated separately in Chapter 15: Installing Fermi Kerberos on a Linux System) and for installing Kerberized ssh, as the combination works very well. These products are available from fnkits.fnal.gov. We describe how to install them using UPS/UPD. The information is valid for all supported flavors of UNIX, namely: SunOS, IRIX and OSF1.

Chapter 15: Installing Fermi Kerberos on a Linux System

In this chapter we provide instructions for installing the Fermilab kerberos product and Kerberized ssh on a RedHat Linux machine. These products are available as UPS products from fnkits.fnal.gov, and in RPM format.

Chapter 17: Kerberized UNIX System Administration Issues

In this chapter we discuss some UNIX system administration issues related to the installation of Kerberos software.

Chapter 16: The Kerberos Configuration File: krb5.conf

In this chapter we describe the Kerberos configuration file krb5.conf.

Chapter 18: Additional UNIX Sysadmin Information for Off-Site Installations

In this chapter, we discuss some miscellaneous issues that sysadmins of off-site Kerberos installations should be aware of. Also see Chapter 6: Logging In from Off-Site.

Chapter 19: Installing and Configuring WRQ® Reflection on a Windows System

In this chapter we describe how to install and configure the WRQ® Reflection software on your Windows system (Win 2k, NT4, 95, or 98) in order to access Kerberized machines and optionally encrypt your data transmissions.


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