Subject: Re: kerberos IV for dummies?
To: Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/05/1999 09:45:17
>The Athena paper and the man pages were just barely almost enough for me
>on BSDI. (i also had a release note from BSDI) But I'm pretty sure there
>is an O'Reilly book with the three-headed dog on the cover if you want it.
>i could be misremembering.
bzzt! no, sorry. i don't think they ever did. i've never seen (but
i've often wished about it) and a quick search for kerberos at
www.ora.com yields up a distinct lack of coverage. no documents
their book _practical unix & internet security_ does have a broad
overview of what kerberos is, but nothing about setting it up. the
best book i've found for that is out of print (so soon??? it's (c)
and barring that, i assert that "there are no books on kerberos
anywhere". i just hope to be proven wrong.
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