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Re: systematic Kerberization



On Mon, 10 May 2004, seth vidal wrote:

>On Mon, 2004-05-10 at 17:13, Havoc Pennington wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Something we've wanted to do for a long time is create a matrix of
>> programs that should support Kerberos authentication, and start checking
>> them off. I guess this includes both client-side and server-side.
>> 
>> Does anyone have a good start on this?
>> 
>> Any real-world experience/scenarios where Kerberos support was needed
>> and not available? (Which things should be Kerberized first?)
>> 
>
>Applications like gaim for jabber-based gssapi support would be handy -
>this is where single sign on gets noticed.
>
>Applications like the mailbox checker in the gnome panel applets -
>actually having an applet lib that was kerberos aware (if that is even
>possible) would be really handy for writing kerb apps for an applet.
>like something to reinit your ticket, or blog applet, or any myriad of
>things.
>
>-sv

Lost the initial email so I am going to hang off of Seths

web authentication/tie ins 
cups
nfs
ssh + gssapi
samba (WinDomain)
jabber





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