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10.5: Enable SSH with Kerberos
Authored by: jweinberger on Mar 23, '08 02:54:06PM
I"m having difficulty trying to make this work...

I am connecting via SSH from a Mac running 10.5.2 (client) to a Mac running 10.4.11 (server) (both with Security update 2008-002 applied).

On the client mac, this was working for a while, then it suddenly stopped (unsure why - it worked one day, then not the next - I did reboot the server, but made no other changes to either Mac)

I have uncommented GSSAPIAuthentication yes in the ssh_config on the client. This was the default already, but to be explicit, I thought it might help.

I looked at sshd_config on the server and the default was GSSAPIAuthentication no so I uncommented it and changed it to GSSAPIAuthentication yes

This did not have any effect at all. Both before and after these changes, in response to ssh servername I get:

Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic).

It might help to know that I am using Public key authentication, following these instructions, which worked fine going 10.4.x to 10.4.x.:


Can anyone point me in the right direction to help overcome this? I'd very much appreciate it...

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