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From: Michael Kang <wxi...@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 4:09 PM
Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] Problem with Kerberos Authentication
To: Jenny Galipeau <jgali...@redhat.com>


Dear Jenny Galipeau,

Thank you and Everyone who helped me with this project. Thanks for being
patient and answering my questions :)

My problem was solved by using Fedora 11(upgraded completely). FreeIPA may
have bugs with Fedora 9.

If I install Fedora 11(not upgrade),then install ipa-server, the Apache
crashed many times per seconds. Here is log ouputs:

> *Apache chill pid xxxx exit singal Segmentation fault(11)*
>

After upgrade the whole system, this problem disappeared. Also new user can
pass the Kerberos Authentication and login system successfully.

If you want to get the details about bugs on Fedora 9, I could send it for
you. Please let me know what do you want.

Thank you again.
Michael


On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 8:41 PM, Jenny Galipeau <jgali...@redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi Michael:
>
> Let's rule in or out the delegation you added. Can you remove the
> delegation and try it? If it works, I think we may have a bug. If it behaves
> the same, if you could provide more debug info that would be great.
>
> Thanks
> Jenny
>
> Michael Kang wrote:
>
>> Hi David,
>>
>> I reboot the system after I edit the configure file.
>>
>> Regard,
>> Michael
>>
>> On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 11:13 AM, David O'Brien <dav...@redhat.com<mailto:
>> dav...@redhat.com>> wrote:
>>
>>    Michael,
>>    did you restart the kdc after you updated the krb5.conf file?
>>
>>    David
>>
>>    Michael Kang wrote:
>>
>>        According to the FreeIPA Client Configure Guide, I realized I
>>        may miss
>>        something in my client's krb5.conf. It had been created by
>>        ipa-client-install script. I never edit it. But there are *no*
>>        *[realms]* and
>>        *[domain_realm] *in krb5.conf file.
>>
>>        So I added them, show it below:
>>
>>
>>            #File modified by ipa-client-install
>>
>>            [libdefaults]
>>            default_realm = ARAGON.LOCAL
>>            dns_lookup_realm = true
>>            dns_lookup_kdc = true
>>            ticket_lifetime = 24h
>>            forwardable = yes
>>
>>            [realms]
>>            ARAGON.LOCAL = {
>>            kdc = ipa.aragon.local:88
>>            admin_server = ipa.aragon.local:749
>>            default_domain = aragon.local
>>            }
>>
>>            [domain_realm]
>>            .aragon.local = ARAGON.LOCAL
>>            aragon.local = ARAGON.LOCAL
>>
>>            [appdefaults]
>>            pam = {
>>            debug = false
>>            ticket_lifetime = 36000
>>            renew_lifetime = 36000
>>            forwardable = true
>>            krb4_convert = false
>>            }
>>
>>
>>
>>        It doesn't work either by using the new krb5.conf.
>>        *kinit(v5): Password change failed while getting initial
>>        credentials*
>>
>>        I'd like to post more detail outputs. Hope it could be helpful.
>>
>>
>>            [r...@freeipa ~]# kinit admin
>>            Password for ad...@aragon.local:
>>            [r...@freeipa ~]# klist
>>            Ticket cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_0
>>            Default principal: ad...@aragon.local
>>
>>            Valid starting Expires Service principal
>>            09/23/09 22:52:57 09/24/09 22:52:58
>>            krbtgt/aragon.lo...@aragon.local
>>
>>
>>            Kerberos 4 ticket cache: /tmp/tkt0
>>            klist: You have no tickets cached
>>            [r...@freeipa ~]# ipa-finduser admin
>>            Full Name: Administrator
>>            Home Directory: /home/admin
>>            Login Shell: /bin/bash
>>            Login: admin
>>
>>            [r...@freeipa ~]# ipa-finduser haha
>>            Full Name: haha haha
>>            Home Directory: /home/haha
>>            Login Shell: /bin/sh
>>            Login: haha
>>
>>
>>
>>        Regards,
>>        Michael
>>
>>        On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 10:27 AM, Michael Kang
>>        <wxi...@gmail.com <mailto:wxi...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>            Here is client's krb5.conf:
>>
>>            #File modified by ipa-client-install
>>
>>                [libdefaults]
>>                default_realm = ARAGON.LOCAL
>>                dns_lookup_realm = true
>>                dns_lookup_kdc = true
>>                ticket_lifetime = 24h
>>                forwardable = yes
>>
>>                [appdefaults]
>>                pam = {
>>                debug = false
>>                ticket_lifetime = 36000
>>                renew_lifetime = 36000
>>                forwardable = true
>>                krb4_convert = false
>>                }
>>
>>
>>            EOF
>>
>>
>>            On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 8:45 PM, Jenny Galipeau
>>            <jgali...@redhat.com <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com>>wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>                Michael Kang wrote:
>>
>>
>>                    Dear FreeIPA community,
>>
>>                    I did try set the new user's initial password. But
>>                    it didn't work either.
>>                    I got a protocol error.
>>
>>                    Here is the output of console :
>>
>>                    [r...@freeipa ~]# kinit admin
>>                    Password for ad...@aragon.local:
>>                    [r...@freeipa ~]# ipa-passwd haha
>>                    Changing password for h...@aragon.local
>>                    New Password:
>>                    Confirm Password:
>>                    [r...@freeipa ~]# kinit haha
>>                    Password for h...@aragon.local:
>>                    Password expired. You must change it now.
>>                    Enter new password:
>>                    Enter it again:
>>                    kinit(v5): Requested protocol version not
>>                    supported while getting
>>                    initial credentials
>>
>>
>>
>>                Sounds like, a Kerberos V4 request was sent to the
>>                KDC? What's in the
>>                client's krb5.conf?
>>                Jenny
>>
>>
>>                    On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 9:22 PM, Jenny Galipeau
>>                    <jgali...@redhat.com
>>                    <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com><mailto:
>>
>>                    jgali...@redhat.com <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com>>>
>>                    wrote:
>>
>>                    Jenny Galipeau wrote:
>>
>>
>>                    Michael Kang wrote:
>>
>>                    Dear FreeIPA community,
>>
>>                    I successfully installed FreeIPA this morning. Now
>>                    I got a
>>                    problem about Kerberos Authentication. New user cannot
>>                    modify their password in shell.
>>
>>                    Hi Michael:
>>                    Did you set the new user's initial password?
>>                    kinit admin
>>                    ipa passwd haha
>>                    Thanks
>>                    Jenny
>>
>>                    Also kinit as haha, because haha will be asked to
>>                    change the
>>                    password on first authentication.
>>
>>                    Thanks
>>                    Jenny
>>
>>
>>                    I added a new user named /haha(group: ipauser)/
>>                    based on
>>                    the webUI. This user is not a existed system user.
>>                    Then I
>>                    added a new Delegations(allow people in group
>>                    ipauser can
>>                    modify password for group ipauser) .
>>
>>                    /[mich...@freeipa Desktop]$ su - haha/
>>                    /Password: /
>>
>>                    /Warning: Your password will expire in less than
>>                    one hour./
>>                    /Warning: password has expired./
>>                    /Kerberos 5 Password: /
>>                    /Warning: Your password will expire in less than
>>                    one hour./
>>                    /New UNIX password: /
>>                    /Retype new UNIX password: /
>>                    /su: incorrect password/
>>                    /[mich...@freeipa Desktop]$ su - root/
>>                    /Password: /
>>                    /[r...@freeipa ~]# su - haha/
>>                    /su: warning: cannot change directory to
>>                    /home/haha: No
>>                    such file
>>                    or directory/
>>                    /-sh-3.2$ /
>>
>>
>>                    Root can su - haha successfully. I think that
>>                    means the
>>                    Kerberos works, but new user cannot reset their
>>                    password
>>                    in their shell.
>>
>>                    What should I do?
>>
>>                    Best Regards,
>>                    Michael
>>
>>                    -- Michael Kang(康上明学)
>>                    There is a giant asleep within every man. When the
>>                    giant
>>                    awakens,miracles happen.
>>
>>                    Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
>>
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>>                    -- Jenny Galipeau <jgali...@redhat.com
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>>                    <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com
>>                    <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com>
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>>                    Red Hat, Inc. Security Engineering
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>                    --
>>                    Michael Kang(康上明学)
>>                    There is a giant asleep within every man. When the
>>                    giant awakens,miracles
>>                    happen.
>>
>>                    Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
>>
>>
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>>                <mailto:jgali...@redhat.com>>
>>                Principal Software QA Engineer
>>                Red Hat, Inc. Security Engineering
>>
>>
>>
>>            --
>>            Michael Kang(康上明学)
>>            There is a giant asleep within every man. When the giant
>>            awakens,miracles
>>            happen.
>>
>>            Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
>>
>>
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>> Michael Kang(康上明学)
>> There is a giant asleep within every man. When the giant awakens,miracles
>> happen.
>>
>> Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
>>
>
>
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> Jenny Galipeau <jgali...@redhat.com>
> Principal Software QA Engineer
> Red Hat, Inc. Security Engineering
>
>


-- 
Michael Kang(康上明学)
There is a giant asleep within every man. When the giant awakens,miracles
happen.

Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion



-- 
Michael Kang(康上明学)
There is a giant asleep within every man. When the giant awakens,miracles
happen.

Personal blog: http://ufusion.org - United Fusion
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