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Install mod_auth_kerb for apache

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by rbosscher, Nov 21, 2013.

  1. rbosscher

    rbosscher Registered

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    First of all, thank you all, I've been using cPanel more then over two years now, staring as user then reseller and now root user, but never have to file a question because I could always find the answer here :)

    But now I actually running to a brick wall.

    I have an account on my cpanel server running with a website that uses LDAP for users authentication.
    This all works well, now I try to make a single sign on functionality with the use of kerberos.

    I've installed the kerberos packages and I can connect succesfully to the kerberos server from the commandline.
    All I need to do next is make kerberos available to apache.

    But the problem is I can't do yum install mod_auth_kerb because it is missing dependancies probably because its an easyapache setup.

    But how should I install this mod_auth_kerb module?
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    You may want to build this module from source and then include it with Apache as a raw option:

    Apache Raw Opts

    Thank you.
     
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