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Re: Since Fedora is not aimed at enterpise/business ..

On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 08:23, Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 15:54, Bill Anderson wrote:
> > Does this mean we can now stop requiring kerberos in everything that can
> > have it required?
> I would like to see more Kerberos support for Linux in general. I think
> Kerberos is a blessing. Just imagine logging onto the network and being
> able to ssh into any box, read your mail stored in a Cyrus-IMAPD server
> without supplying a password, modifying your contacts stored into a
> central LDAP server without supplying any credentials or DN, and so on.

Why imagine it, I live it! Yet not using Kerberos to do it. Nor Cyrus,
but that's a separate issue.

> Kerberos is deployed all over my boxes and I find it a pleasure to use,
> although it can be a little tricky to set up. I would like to see far
> better and wider support for it. Don't know how people can still live
> with public keys and passwords when managing multiple servers.

We have infrastructures that accommodate it. Scripting/automation is
king, baby.

Bill Anderson
RHCE #807302597505773
bill noreboots com

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