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First, make sure kerberos is installed: # rpm -qa | grep krb this should return at least 3 packages: krb5-devel, krb5-libs and krb5-workstation Next, make sure the ldap development libraries are installed: # rpm -qa | grep ldap-devel If either of these returns nothing, you'll need to install them - which you can do from the Redhat CD. make sure there's an entry for your active directory DC in your /etc/hosts file: 126.96.36.199 addc.example.com addc Next, edit your /etc/krb5.conf to match your site.
Most of this documentation is based on analysis of script files and learning about how the system works based on information in code and man pages. Some of this document is based on man pages produced by the Linux community. Some other documentation is based on files in under /usr/doc such as /usr/doc/initscripts-4.48/sysconfig.txt. Synopsis This document explains the operation of Linux using the following categories:
Note: Files are grouped according to purpose. Ex: commands, data files, documentation. Parts of a Unix directory tree. See the FSSTND standard (Filesystem standard) / Root |---root The home directory for the root user |---home Contains the user's home directories | |----ftp Users include many services as listed here | |----httpd | |----samba | |----user1 | |----user2 |---bin Commands needed during bootup that might be needed by normal users |---sbin Like bin but commands are not intended for normal users.
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Apache is controlled by a series of configuration files: httpd.conf, access.conf. and srm.conf (there's actually also a mime.types file, but you have to deal with that only when you're adding or removing MIME types from your server, which shouldn't be too often). The files contain instructions, called directives, that tell Apache how to run. Several companies offer GUI-based Apache front-ends , but it's easier to edit the configuration files by hand.