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 Normal cron jobs cannot write to the AFS file system, and will only be able to read publicly-accessible files. You can create a cron job with full access to AFS using the kcrontab command.

AFS on Mac OS X

OpenAFS clients for recent versions of Mac OS X can be obtained from Auristor:


This package should include all the necessary components, but you may find that you need to use the debug version to get it working.


External Kerberos Access (Linux / Mac OS X)

You can configure Kerberos on a Linux or Mac OS X machine to enable password-less log-in to remote machines once a Kerberos ticket has been created. To do this, open /etc/krb5.conf (/Library/Preferences/edu.mit.Kerberos under OS X) in a text editor, and add the following to the realms section:

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