taskThe GNU Hurd - Tasks: task #5486, Andrew File System (AFS)

 
 

task #5486: Andrew File System (AFS)

Submitted by:  Thomas Schwinge <tschwinge>
Submitted on:  Mon Apr 24 15:16:14 2006  
 
Category: NoneShould Start On: Sun Apr 23 22:00:00 2006
Should be Finished on: Sun Apr 23 22:00:00 2006Priority: 3 - Low
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This task should also include to think about how to properly integrate Kerberos into the Hurd's authentication subsystem, at least to a degree where the afs implementation would benefit from it.

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A translator and other needed infrastructure to enable installing AFS file systems into the system could be designed / ported / written.

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