5 Replies Latest reply on Dec 1, 2013 4:09 PM by TPD-Opitz

    is ktab command available in linux jdk?

    yhjhoo

      As the title, and I could not find it.

        • 1. Re: is ktab command available in linux jdk?
          rp0428

          Your question makes no sense.

           

          The kerberos key table manager (ktab) is an OS executable. It has nothing to do with Java.


          • 2. Re: is ktab command available in linux jdk?
            TPD-Opitz

            Your answer is a little rude knowing that ktab.exe is distributed with the JDK:

            Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
            Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
            
            C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_07\bin>dir ktab.exe
            Datenträger in Laufwerk C: ist System
            Volumeseriennummer: 38C5-3816
            
            Verzeichnis von C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_07\bin
            
            07.09.2012  23:12            14.792 ktab.exe
                           1 Datei(en),         14.792 Bytes
                           0 Verzeichnis(se), 32.267.640.832 Bytes frei
            
            C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_07\bin>
            
            

             

            So I find it is a valid question altough the OP could find the answer himself:

             

            Welcome to Linux Mint 13 Maya (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-23-generic x86_64)
            
            Welcome to Linux Mint
            * Documentation:  http://www.linuxmint.com
            
            41 packages can be updated.
            0 updates are security updates.
            
            Last login: Sat Nov 30 19:10:23 2013 from 192.168.1.9
            tpd@private-linux:~$ find /usr -name javac
            /usr/bin/javac
            /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/bin/javac
            /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-amd64/bin/javac
            ^C
            tpd@private-linux:~$ find /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64 -name ktab*
            tpd@private-linux:~$
            
            

             

            bye

            TPD

            1 person found this helpful
            • 3. Re: is ktab command available in linux jdk?
              rp0428
              Your answer is a little rude knowing that ktab.exe is distributed with the JDK:

              Not rude at all. The executeable you mention, 'ktab.exe' is only distributed with a windows JDK. And although that utility is distributed with the windows JDK what I said is true:

              The kerberos key table manager (ktab) is an OS executable. It has nothing to do with Java.

              You don't seem to be bothered by the fact that your answer is misleading:

              So I find it is a valid question altough the OP could find the answer himself:

              What you posted shows NOTHING about 'ktab' and Linux.

               

              On Linux you use the 'kadmin' utility which is part of the OS. Kerberos is NOT Java-specific. There are many differences in OS utilities between Linux and Windows. You can't use windows EXE files on Linux which is why OPs question made no sense.

              • 4. Re: is ktab command available in linux jdk?
                yhjhoo

                Not everyone knew kerberos very well. And when I found ktab is available in windows, I also thought I could found it in linux or other os.

                1 person found this helpful
                • 5. Re: is ktab command available in linux jdk?
                  TPD-Opitz

                  rp0428 wrote:

                  The executeable you mention, 'ktab.exe' is only distributed with a windows JDK.

                  IMHO this is what makes the OPs question accaptable at least.

                  rp0428 wrote:

                  What you posted shows NOTHING about 'ktab' and Linux.

                  But it tells "sometthing" about the JDK and "ktab" wich was the OPs question, AFIR.

                  rp0428 wrote:

                  On Linux you use the 'kadmin' utility which is part of the OS. Kerberos is NOT Java-specific. [...]

                  Thank you for this clarification.

                   

                  bye

                  TPD