As a follow on to this, it looks like the problem is system
configuration issues. For one, these errors reported by pkgchk -n
indicate major problem in that these are system directories, without
which Solaris Kerberos will not function.

ERROR: /var/krb5
pathname does not exist
ERROR: /var/krb5/rcache
pathname does not exist
ERROR: /var/krb5/rcache/root
pathname does not exist

Second, the nodename/hostname associated with a Solaris system should
be short form. For example when running the /usr/bin/hostname command
the output should be something like:

$ /usr/bin/hostname
foo

not foo.bar.com. Sadly this isn't documented as clearly as it should be
in the Solaris system admin guides. In addition Solaris krb currently
requires DNS be enabled on the system.

On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 12:55:15PM -0400, Jeff Blaine wrote:
> If anyone has any idea what I am doing wrong here, please
> chime in.
>


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Will Fiveash
Sun Microsystems Inc.
http://opensolaris.org/os/project/kerberos/