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



> *sigh* another person who can't seem to distinguish
> between an a authentication mechanism and apps
> compiled with support for it. Why even your words
> above should tell you that: "kerberized ftp,rcp" the
> ftp or rcp, telnet apps are providing those
services,
> kerberos is providing the authentication.

Oh, I almost forgot...  SSH is really three things: 
1) a Transport Layer Protocol (SSH-TRANS); 2) a User
Authentication Protocol (SSH-USERAUTH); 3) a
Connection Protocol (SSH-CONNECT).

So, ssh (the binary, not the protocol), sftp, and scp
are seperate *apps* which build functionality on top
of an underlying protocol.  Just as Kerberized ftp,
rcp, rsh, rlogin, etc. are *apps* which build
functionality on top of an underlying protocol.

Now who can't distinguish between protocols and the
apps that are compiled to support them??  Huh?

Kerberos & SSH are beginning to sound more and more
like apples.

"I was right, you were wrong, I'm gonna sing the 'I
Was Right Song'!"

Derek




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