Russ Allbery wrote:
> "Douglas E. Engert" writes:
>
>> From a Kerberos prospective both could be correct. Using the process ID
>> as part of the cache name allows for session based credentials, so each
>> telnet session has its own cache.

>
> telnetd should include both the UID and the PID in the cache name. This
> works much more smoothly with rpc.gssd and is what I do in pam-krb5.


OK that works too. But I thought the main problem as stated in the note was
that the rpc.gssd could not read the environment of the process, and thus
alway defaulted to using the default ticket cache.

This is the same set if issues I have with Nico about session vs user
based caches.

>


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