Kerberos Client Setup
Kerberos is a ticket-based computer network authentication protocol with the main aim for the server-client architecture. For example, you can log in into your company's server from your computer at home using the username/password given by your company's server administrator.
This requires Kerberos to be installed on both the server and the client. However, on my Ubuntu Server, Kerberos has been shipped along with the operating system. Hence, I'm not going into details on the server. What I'm going to demonstrate is the installation of Kerberos on the client machine and then requesting for authentication from the client to the server. In this setup, I've got 2 machines: 1 is ubuntu-server (10.1.1.15)(ITEC853-41864603-ubuntu-server) and the other is ubunu-client (ITEC853-41864603). On the server machine, I have setup my account with the username as bang
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