#centos - Sun 25 Feb 2007 between 16:35 and 17:33

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Zap-Wsomeone who worked at intel told me intel gives amd new tech secrets so there will be competition
drbair_laptopthey have some sort of agreement between them
anyone know what kerberos authenticates against? Does it use pam?
Zap-Wyes
it uses a pam kerberos module
delhageyou can use pam to authenticate against kerberos
drbair_laptopdelhage: but where does kerberos get its info from?
I'd like to use the data stored in ldap
delhagefrom it's database
kerberos is an authentication service
http://www.h5l.se/manual/heimdal-0-7-branch/info/heimdal.html <- a primer on kerberos
drbair_laptopthanks... I was looking some something like that
AlphaDOGhow can i know on CentOS if my memory is on Dual Channel mode?
delhagedrbair_laptop: there are 2 common implementations of kerberos5, mit and heimdal, their configuration have some differences
drbair_laptop: mit kerberos is in stock centos/rhel so you might want to go for that
drbair_laptopdelhage: probably... but it seems like you can use LDAP accounts which is what I was after
delhagedrbair_laptop: I usually have account info in ldap, but auth against kerberos
kerberos is a pure auth service, you can't store stuff like uids or gids in kerberos
you need some directory service as well (normally), be it plain files, nis, ldap
crashevdoes CentOS kernel (2.6.9-42) have all recently security bugs patched? why there is no newer kernel in repository?
drbair_laptopcrashev: it came with 2.6.9 when it was released, and will keep 2.6.9 until it reaches end of life
Arrfabcrashdev : because it contains all security patches ... see /topic about backporting ..
drbair_laptopits part of being stable
DocHollidaywhat is the best way to secure an existing tmp partition?
delhagedrbair_laptop: you could think of kerberos providing the info in /etc/shadow, and ldap (for example) providing the info in /etc/passwd, sort of
crashevwhen new CentOS will be released will the older one 4.4 still be supported with security fixes?
drbair_laptopcrashev: yes, until 2012 ( i think)
delhage: I'm looking at ldap for directory service and kerb for authentication (like you said).
delhagedrbair_laptop: a good combo imo
drbair_laptopI'm also looking at passing out kerberos tickets via samba to windows clients. It seems like its possible with samba 2.0.23+
delhageactually, that's what AD does
Arrfabcrashdev : yes so newer 'quaterly' updates also will be released ... so 4.5 etc ...
crashevis there a way to use latest version of software for example Postgresql 8.1 or 8.2 in centos, current rep consits only 7.4.16 ? using rpm packages out of centos reps break somehow its stability and integirty?
drbair_laptopcrashev: sometimes the project may provide an uptodate rpm for RHEL4
Arrfabcrashdev : postgresql 8 is available in the centosplus repository
zoldarhello, is it possible to install centos 4.4 on xfs filesystem (during installation phase) ?
DbugDhi all - I got a question: trying an install of CentOS 4.. bootscreen appears.. vmlinz........ initrd.img...... then reboot - no matter what i try.. Fedora is installing fine on that machine.. any ideas?
computer is an intel tx chipset with a pentium mmx cpu..
not_a_ki'm missing some crucial perl modules such as GD and SearchBuilder. I added plus and karan repositories hoping to find them, but I haven't had much luck.
the first google hit seemed to imply that karan was what I wanted to add http://centos.karan.org/el4/extras/stable/i386/RPMS/repodata/repoview/perl-GD-0-2.25-1.el4.kb.html

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