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 $ kadmin -p krb5adminprinc/​admin $ kadmin -p krb5adminprinc/​admin
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-=== The Client ===+==== The Client ===
 This procedure will result in a client capable of retrievving Kerberos tickets from a KDC and allow Kerberos principals to login at the console. Successful console login by a principal will generate tickets in the user's cache. Failed login by a principal (because the principal doesn'​t exist, or the wrong password was supplied) should fall through to local authentications (/​etc/​shadow). Note: the principal must be associated with an account on the system, either in the local passwd database or via a network system such as NIS or LDAP. This procedure will result in a client capable of retrievving Kerberos tickets from a KDC and allow Kerberos principals to login at the console. Successful console login by a principal will generate tickets in the user's cache. Failed login by a principal (because the principal doesn'​t exist, or the wrong password was supplied) should fall through to local authentications (/​etc/​shadow). Note: the principal must be associated with an account on the system, either in the local passwd database or via a network system such as NIS or LDAP.
  

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