On 11/24/2016 04:27 PM, Adam Bishop wrote:
I'm writing a bit of code using ipalib directly, I'm a little stuck on
It works fine if grab a Kerberos ticket with kinit then run the code
interactively, but I'd like to run this as a daemon which makes maintaining a
What other options are there for authenticating to the API, avoiding calling
external tools like curl or kinit?
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Nice to see someone interested in FreeIPA development. For questions
about developing FreeIPA, feel free to contact other developers at
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As for your question, would it be feasible to use keytabs? Sure, you
still have to perform kinit but there's no user action required (except
for maintaining the keytab, of course).
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