Kerberos and CIFS network share
I use Kerberos to log in to my Fedora 6 machine, which is on a network with a Windows server. I'd like to mount some shared folders from the server automatically when I log in, but the shared folder is password protected with the same Kerberos username and password.
In Windows, I can log in, navigate to the server, browse it, map it as a network drive, etc. Without putting in my username and password again. I'd like to be able to do this in Fedora as well.
I can mount it manually, but I have to give it my username and password, the same ones as I use when I log in.
I'm sure I can do this in fstab, but I'd rather not put my username and password in a credentials file because I am required to change my password frequently and I don't want to hunt down every instance of it on the machine.
Is there some way to tell it to use my Kerberos username and password to give me access to the network share?