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Please Read the Documentation

As with any software package that uses a centrallized database, the installation procedure is somewhat involved, and requires forethought and planning. MIT has attempted to make this Kerberos V5 Installation Guide as concise as possible, rather than making it an exhaustive description of the details of Kerberos. Consequently, everything in this guide appears because MIT believes that it is important. Please read and follow these instructions carefully.

This document is one piece of the document set for Kerberos V5. The documents, and their intended audiences, are:

  • Kerberos V5 Installation Guide: a concise guide for installing Kerberos V5. Kerberos administrators (particularly whoever will be making site-wide decisions about the installation) and the system administrators who will be installing the software should read this guide.
  • Kerberos V5 System Administrator's Guide: a sysadmin's guide to administering a Kerberos installation. The System Administrator's Guide describes the administration software and suggests policies and procedures for administering a Kerberos installation. Anyone who will have administrative access to your Kerberos database should read this guide.
  • Kerberos V5 UNIX User's Guide: a guide to using the Kerberos UNIX client programs. All users on UNIX systems should read this guide, particularly the "Tutorial" section.

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