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NOTE: CentOS Enterprise Linux is built from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Other than logo and name changes CentOS Enterprise Linux is compatible with the equivalent Red Hat version. This document applies equally to both Red Hat and CentOS Enterprise Linux.

19.7. Additional Resources

For more information about Kerberos, refer to the following resources.

19.7.1. Installed Documentation

  • The /usr/share/doc/krb5-server-<version-number>/ directory — The Kerberos V5 Installation Guide and the Kerberos V5 System Administrator's Guide in PostScript and HTML formats. The krb5-server package must be installed.

  • The /usr/share/doc/krb5-workstation-<version-number>/ directory — The Kerberos V5 UNIX User's Guide in PostScript and HTML formats. The krb5-workstation package must be installed.

  • Kerberos man pages — There are a number of man pages for the various applications and configuration files involved with a Kerberos implementation. The following is a list of some of the more important man pages.

    Client Applications
    • man kerberos — An introduction to the Kerberos system which describes how credentials work and provides recommendations for obtaining and destroying Kerberos tickets. The bottom of the man page references a number of related man pages.

    • man kinit — Describes how to use this command to obtain and cache a ticket-granting ticket.

    • man kdestroy — Describes how to use this command to destroy Kerberos credentials.

    • man klist — Describes how to use this command to list cached Kerberos credentials.

    Administrative Applications
    • man kadmin — Describes how to use this command to administer the Kerberos V5 database.

    • man kdb5_util — Describes how to use this command to create and perform low-level administrative functions on the Kerberos V5 database.

    Server Applications
    • man krb5kdc — Describes available command line options for the Kerberos V5 KDC.

    • man kadmind — Describes available command line options for the Kerberos V5 administration server.

    Configuration Files
    • man krb5.conf — Describes the format and options available within the configuration file for the Kerberos V5 library.

    • man kdc.conf — Describes the format and options available within the configuration file for the Kerberos V5 AS and KDC.

19.7.2. Useful Websites

 
 
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