A collection of resources for OpenAFS either created by or provided for members of the MIT community.
Last updated 6/3/03
- For now, please direct all inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The primary OpenAFS site is openafs.org. You can also
find the latest package for installation there.
For contributed additions, like some of what you find
here, you can also go to grand.central.org.
(One could argue that this site is redundant by definition, given the existence of grand-central.)
- For MIT users of Darwin or MacOS X *prior to 10.1*, there's
the darwin locker,
which I believe also includes Athena packages and some
additional instructions for installing
- While current the Darwin/MacOS X port of OpenAFS is
still considered a beta release, we believe it to be release quality.
The primary issue is with the Finder's (and other X apps')
interaction(s) with AFS, which requires
future development from Apple to resolve.
Aklog was originally developed by MIT's Athena to obtain AFS tokens from
Kerberos 4 tickets. More recently, aklog has been modified to use
Kerberos 5 credentials and the krb524d service to obtain AFS tokens.
The source below was originally based on Ken Hornstein's afs-krb5
migration kit, and has been modified to work on MacOS X.
Last modified by zacheiss on 6/3/2003.