I try to install a genuine Debian Jessie system into an UCS domain.
I (think I) followed strictly the instructions found there:
But I'm still unable to log in the Debian Jessie client using an UCS domain username/password.
At this point:
- The UCS managed user "sylvain" appears in the result of "getent passwd"
root@ucs-debian-client-01:/home/user# getent passwd | grep sylvain
I can change the Kerberos password:
root@ucs-debian-client-01:/home/user# kpasswd sylvain
New password for sylvain@ITSFOSS.INTRANET:
Verify password - New password for sylvain@ITSFOSS.INTRANET:
Success : Password changed
In addition, I created the home directory for the user with the right permissions:
4 drwxr-xr-x 2 2008 5001 4096 Apr 7 10:07 sylvain
4 drwxr-xr-x 15 user user 4096 Mar 28 17:34 user
lib-pam heimdal is installed.
BUT I'm still unable to log in my system using the "sylvain" user.
I don't know if this is related, but you can see above my system does not seem to map uid 2008 / gid 5001 to the proper names.
This is confirmed by
getpwname being unable to locate the domain user:
root@ucs-debian-client-01:/home/user# getent passwd sylvain
root@ucs-debian-client-01:/home/user# <-- nothing
Here is an archive of the config files I've modified on the client:
Any help or pointer to what I've done wrong or missed would be greatly appreciated!