Your system administrator will have installed the Kerberos V5
programs in whichever directory makes the most sense for your system.
We will use
/usr/local throughout this guide to refer to the
top-level directory Kerberos V5 directory. We will therefor use
/usr/local/bin to denote the location of the Kerberos V5 user
programs. In your installation, the directory name may be different,
but whatever the directory name is, you should make sure it is included
in your path. You will probably want to put it ahead of the
/usr/bin so you will get the
Kerberos V5 network programs, rather than the standard UNIX
versions, when you type their command names.