Fabián Lema wrote:
Hello, I am trying to configure ssh for sso, following instructions in the "Client Configuration Guide". After I retrieve the keytab for the host/... principal, ssh works without passwords, but as the kerberos credentials are not forwarded (I think) the user is not able to access the home directory that's automounted from a NFSv4 witch kerberos enabled.Could not chdir to home directory /home/testj: Permission denied -bash: /home/testj/.bash_profile: Permission denied -bash-4.0$ ls -l /home total 8 drwxr-x--x 31 testj otros 4096 2009-08-11 15:33 testj -bash-4.0$ logout -bash: /home/testj/.bash_logout: Permission denied The automounted home directories work ok when a user login in a workstation (gdm or text console), and if I don't retrieve the host/ principal, ssh also works (asking for password). I believe this has something to do with ssh not forwarding kerberos ticket or something like that. Please, can anyone help me with this?
You could try adding the -K flag to ssh. This will enable kerberos delegation.
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