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Fedora 389 ds sasl mapping issue?

I have a fedora client that is authenticating to a centos server running 389 ds and kerberos I can run kinit <my-user-principal> on the fedora client successfully and get a ticket, but no ...
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heimdal kerberos in openldap issue

I think I posted this on the wrong 'sister site', so here it is. I'm having a bit of trouble getting Kerberos (Heimdal version) to work nicely with OpenLDAP. The kerberos database is being stored in ...
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issue with heimdal kerberos in ldap backend

I'm having a bit of trouble getting Kerberos (Heimdal version) to work nicely with OpenLDAP. The kerberos database is being stored in LDAP itself. The KDC uses SASL EXTERNAL authentication as root to ...
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How do I use ldapsearch with a cross-realm ticket?

kinit user@DOMAIN.TLD klist -afe Ticket cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_1000 Default principal: user@DOMAIN.TLD Valid starting Expires Service principal 08/04/11 13:14:53 08/05/11 ...
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FreeBSD: OpenLDAP, SASL, and GSSAPI

I've run into some problems getting OpenLDAP on FreeBSD (8.2-STABLE) to authenticate using Kerberos tickets. I hope I've just had a brain glitch, so please feel free to let me know that I've missed ...
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Problem with testsaslauthd and kerberos5 (“saslauthd internal error”)

The error message “saslauthd internal error” seems like a catch-all for saslauthd, so I’m not sure if it’s a red herring, but here’s the brief description of my problem: This Kerberos command works ...
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OpenLDAP Setup help: SASL/GSSAPI authentication started

I am trying to setup & configure OpenLDAP on Fedora Core 13. I've gotten as far as compiling and installing Openldap v2.4.23. Whenever I try to run one of the LDAP commands (like ldapsearch), ...
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What is SASL/GSSAPI?

Numerous times i have met the expression SASL/GSSAPI. I have searched Google many times, but i simply do no understand what it is and how it relate to Kerberos. Anybody that have a simple explanation ...
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Kerberos principal names for distributed services

Two typical forms for Kerberos (v5) principal names seem to be: username[/instance]@REALM service/fully-qualified-domain-name@REALM I've also seen something like this for services which could exist ...
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In SASL authentication, are the messages between a particular client and server the same every time it connects?

I wrote a test client and server using the Cyrus SASL library, and I'm manually forcing it to select GSSAPI as the mechanism. While debugging, I printed the md5sum of each message as it was passed ...