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accepted How to determine the Kerberos realm from an LDAP directory?
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comment Why can I resolve this hostname but not a cname to this hostname?
In the code section, both queries are done against the local DNS server, and there's a proper answer in both cases. Where and how do you get the NXDOMAIN response?
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comment How to determine the Kerberos realm from an LDAP directory?
Yes. The principal for authentication, say testuser@EXTERNAL.COM should come from somewhere. The default behavior in Linux seems to be that the principal is generated from the user name and the default realm.
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comment How to determine the Kerberos realm from an LDAP directory?
And OpenSSH is one of the important features I like to use. Many other services can do direct to LDAP authentication, and LDAP knows how to authenticate against kerberos with a pre-specified realm for the user.
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comment How to determine the Kerberos realm from an LDAP directory?
Yes, this part is easy. But how do I get services, eg. OpenSSH to decide which realm to use?
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comment How do I load the dummy network adapter in linux if it's not as a module?
Heh, in fact, I had already halfway written to my host before creating this question.
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comment “Connection closed” in chrooted sftp when using sssd on Ubuntu 10.04
Indeed, it seemed that some of the files were missing in the chroot environment.
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comment How do I load the dummy network adapter in linux if it's not as a module?
ifconfig just notifies me of "No such device" - does this mean my kernel simply does not have dummy.ko, not built in nor as a module?
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comment ffmpeg installation error
This is a question better addressed to stackoverflow.com. One thing that comes to mind, is that you need to write the ./configure line yourself, there might be some problem with copypaste characters.