I've set up Kerberos/LDAP on Ubuntu 11.04 Server according to this guide. My client machines are auto-mounting NFS volumes from the server using krb5. All is good: Users can log in to any of the machines in the office and their home directories auto-mount when they do.
A user has forgotten his password. How do I -- root -- reset it?
It seems to me that the password must be reset both in Kerberos and in LDAP, but I haven't been able to figure out how. Things I've tried:
ldappasswd- User can successfully log in but their home directory does not mount.
kinit; passwd- My understanding is that passwd hooks PAM and therefore it may be the one-stop-shop that I'm looking for to get this done. It keeps asking me -- rather cryptically, I might add -- for "Current Kerberos password." None of the usual suspects seem to work.