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User under windows server AD access Linux server using kerberos [migrated]

I installed AD on windows 2008 r2 sp1 server . And had configured all things follow the issue http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms995329.aspx ...
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Can't perform Kerberos login

I can't do a Kerberos login. I've tweaked rsyslog to record *.debug to /var/log/debug, whose output is below. If I attempt to log in with ssh, I get: Jun 6 23:13:05 foo-machine sshd[13965]: ...
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nslcd failing to come up in Lubuntu 14.04 Desktop

After installing Kerberos and LDAP via instructions from Ubuntu's Single Sign On instructions, modified a mite to fit my setup, I could manually sudo service nslcd start and then call getent passwd to ...
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Capture user input to “kinit” - Works on OS X, but not Linux via “script”

I have a script that was written on OS X and utilizes the "script" command. With the -k flag it will log keys sent to the program, but that option is not available in the linux version of "script". My ...
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Mount Mac OSX server NFS from Linux <krb5> LDAP?

I'm trying to mount an NFS share from Fedora 16. The server is Mac OS X Server, set up by my coworker. I believe it requires Kerberos/LDAP authentication, so I would start the (probably arduous) ...
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Default Kerberos realm

I was following the instructions to install Samba from their website, and it said I needed to install the package krb5-user. So I typed: sudo apt-get install krb5-user It started installing, and ...
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Likewise on Ubuntu - domain user sometimes disappears from Login Screen

I'm using Likewise to authenticate to a Windows Domain on a laptop running Ubuntu 10.04. Everything seems to be working well, except for one thing. Normally, after the machine boots, I am presented ...
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Can't chgrp in NFS4 mounts

I'm using Linux in a large multi-user network. Let A be some group which I'm am member of, but which is not my primary group. According to chmod(2) I should be able to chgrp a file to group A. Trying ...