Re: SSO on linux
From: Paul Danik (danikp_at_ll.mit.edu)
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 15:41:19 -0400 To: email@example.com
On a side note to the original question involving SSO, I was wondering
if any one has any experiences using a Kerberized SSO with smart cards?
Any responses would be greatly appreciated.
> you can see here
> for samba ADS.
> Alle Saturday 24 July 2004 07:34, Spurge ha scritto:
>>Could some one gimme some inputs / references about any existing howtos or
>>guides on implementing 'Single Sign On' on a linux server using Kerberos,
>>which is connected to a Win2K KDC.
>>Basically, I wish to enable seamless SSO on this heterogenous network
>>consisting of both W2K as well as linux (FC1) servers, where some services
>>would be provided by W2K machines, while others from linux machines.
>>I had googled quite a bit and stumbled upon Microsoft Services For Unix
>>(SFU) framework, but am a bit wary of it and think there should be some
>>other way to implement this.
>>Samba that ships with FC1 (samba-3.0.0-15) seems to be kerberised out of
>>box and could be setup with a few entries like 'security = ADS' and so
>>I am looking for ways to kerberise Apache, VSFTPD, Postfix, MySQL and
>>OpenLDAP to start with.
>>Any help is appreciated.