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Kerberos is a network authentication system based on shared key cryptography. It is the underlying authentication system used by current versions of Active Directory and is widely used by large organizations.

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I've setup public key authentication for enabling SSH connection into my university machine. However, it only logs me in on the local machine and doesn't give me Kerberos credentials which I need for … accessing my network folder. This causes problems with tools like git. Is there a way for me to automatically get Kerberos credentials when connecting through SSH without entering my Kerberos password? My client machine is OSX 10.6 and my university machine is Ubuntu 12.04 …
asked Jun 11 '12 by Opt