"Carl Gola" <g...@us.ibm.com> writes:

> I'm not sure what's printing Done! either
>
> Here is a fresh kinit and klist afterwards
>
> [gola-us@test-nfs-prod-1 ~]$ kinit gola-us
> Password for gola-us@test.LOCAL:
>
> Done!
> New ticket is stored in cache file /home/rusers/gola-us/krb5cc_gola-us
> [gola-us@test-nfs-prod-1 ~]$ klist
>
> Credentials cache: /home/rusers/gola-us/krb5cc_gola-us
> Default principal: gola-us@test.LOCAL
> Number of entries: 1
>
> [1] Service principal: krbtgt/test.LOCAL@test.LOCAL
>       Valid starting: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 4:03:26 PM
>       Expires: Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 4:03:26 PM

Hmm, this doesn't look like MIT krb5; what is it?  (
`rpm --info -qf $(which kinit)` or
`apt show $(dpkg -S $(which kinit) | awk -F: '{print $1}')` depending on
what OS you're on.)

Does Kerberos issue a service ticket as part of the user-find command,
or does it not get that far?  (klist, and server logs will tell this.)

Thanks,
--Robbie

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