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I have LDAP and kerberos working, with a test user database in place.
If i do a kinit I get the correct tgt and ldap tickets.
I can then do an ldap search on anything (that im supposed to)
ldapwhoami works with and without -x (without yields anonymous)
finger works fine for ldap users, as well as file stats.
It looks like everything is working fine.
so, how the hell do I set up the client so that I can type my LDAP login name and Kerberos password
to log in... it won't let me in unless i create the account on the local machine. I can then log in with my krb5 password. But i want to be able to log in with no account on the local system (i.e. completly relying on LDAP/krb5).
This is debian so that pam conf files are a little screwy.