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I have a public school I'm administering, and darned if some of those kids aren't extremely linux savy. Dont want them getting at the faculty data, so I want to get some better security than what is offered by normal NFSv3. As a result, I've been setting up NFSv4 with Kerberos.
The good news, I've set it up and it works fine. I have a Fedora 6 server and a Fedora 7 client, behavior is as expected. I can kinit, get my TGT, and access NFSv4 share nice as you please.
The bad news, I cant seem to get pam_krb5 to succeed in fetching a TGT during login. I've tried everything, many sleepless nights, even took a look at the source code which really put me in my place. :/ Not something I'm going to figure out on my own.
My pam system-auth is the default Fedora 7 that is setup by system-config-authentication; I've atached it at the bottom of this post. I turned on pam_krb5 debug to collect log information and this is what I see;
Jan 16 16:55:07 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: krb5_get_init_creds_password(krbtgt/EXAMPLE.COM@EXAMPLE.COM) returned -1765328353 (Decrypt integrity check failed)
Jan 16 16:55:07 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: got result -1765328353 (Decrypt integrity check failed)
Jan 16 16:55:07 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: authentication fails for 'bobh' (bobh@EXAMPLE.COM): Authentication failure (Decrypt integrity check failed)
Jan 16 16:55:07 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: pam_authenticate returning 7 (Authentication failure)
However, if I first manually kinit from the account to get a TGT, I get a successful result in the logs as follows.
Jan 16 17:02:44 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: krb5_get_init_creds_password(krbtgt/EXAMPLE.COM@EXAMPLE.COM) returned 0 (Success)
Jan 16 17:02:44 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: got result 0 (Success)
Jan 16 17:02:44 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: authentication succeeds for 'bobh' (bobh@EXAMPLE.COM)
Jan 16 17:02:44 raichu sshd: pam_krb5: pam_authenticate returning 0 (Success)
In the case when I dont kinit the account before doing the ssh, I see no credentials file created in the tmp directory by pam_krb5.
In the case where there is success, I see a credential file created in the tmp directory which is properly destroyed after logout.