SSH login from Linux
Follow the guide to SSH login from Linux.
To log in to the student shell server, edit your ssh settings in ~/.ssh/config to add
Host student-shell HostName student-shell.sys.kth.se User username PreferredAuthentications gssapi-with-mic GSSAPIAuthentication yes GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes GSSAPIKeyExchange yes
Then log in with
kinit -f username@KTH.SE ssh student-shell
Note: All examples use username and student-shell – replace this with your KTH username (without @kth.se), and the Shell servers .
Note: If your local Kerberos configuration (e.g. /etc/krb5.conf) uses rdns=false, you should replace the alias student-shell.sys.kth.se with the server's FQDN, student-shell-1.sys.kth.se.
All software is already available in KTH's client platforms. Using a standalone system, you may need to install Kerberos and OpenSSH.
For Ubuntu- or Debian-based distributions, we recommend Heimdal Kerberos (heimdal-clients), but MIT Kerberos (krb5-user) should also work.
For RedHat-based distributions, MIT Kerberos is recommended. For other distributions, see PDC's recommendations .
If prompted for a default Kerberos realm, select "KTH.SE".
## Ubuntu/Debian [sudo] apt-get install heimdal-clients [sudo] apt-get install openssh-client ## RHEL/CentOS/Fedora [sudo] yum install krb5-workstation [sudo] yum install openssh-clients