Fedora 24 no longer gets kerberos ticket when logging in (KDE Plasma)

asked 2016-06-02 12:44:17 -0500

I've recently updated my work-issued ThinkPad W541 laptop to Fedora 24 beta using dnf system-upgrade. Now when I login to my desktop (KDE Plasma), I no longer have a kerberos ticket created automatically. If I open a console window and do klist, there's no ticket. I can do kinit to get one, but that doesn't help my desktop session. My krb5.conf file looks correct and I believe sshd is configured correctly as well. I'm not familiar with exactly what is involved in getting a kerberos ticket when logging in to the desktop, so I'm not sure where to continue debugging.

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I don't know how KDE manages it, but Gnome has an accounts management dialog where you can add a kerberos account. Is your laptop login managed by the kerberos system or is it independent?

ssieb gravatar imagessieb ( 2016-06-21 18:51:36 -0500 )edit