To use AFS with Mac OS X 10.6 at LTU the following conditions must be met:
OpenAFS is installed and configured with LTU settings.
There is a working LTU-kerberos and the user has a valid kerberos ticket. See separate guide for installation and configuration of kerberos at LTU.
Install OpenAFS, LTU-settings and help applications
Click on the file OpenAFS-126.96.36.199-Snowleopard.dmg to save it on your computer. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Click on the fileLTU-OpenAFS-settings_SLeo.pkg to start the installation. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Click on the fileLTU-Kerberos-AFS-script_SLeo_1.1.pkg to start installing help applications for autentication. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Restart the computer
There are two ways of authenticate with AFS:
Through Terminal (manually)
ThroughLTU_AFS_authentication_SLeo (manually or automatically)
Start the application"Terminal" by choosing ”Utilities” in the menu ”Go” and doubleclick the application "Terminal”.
Write: aklog and press Enter.
(NB This only works if the user automatiaclly gets a kerberos ticke at logon through the login window. See separate guide for installation and configuration of kerberos at LTU.)
Choose "System Preferences" in the apple menu.
Click on Accounts
Click on the tab Login Item.
Click on the plus sign and add /Applications/LTU/LTU_AFS_authentication_SLeo
Click on ”Add”. The application will run automatically the next time the user logs on and take the users valid kerberos ticket and create a validAFS token.
Create a shortcut to the AFS home directory
Press the keys ”alt” + ”cmd” and drag the folder with your username to the Desktop and release (The pointer will get an arrow symbol that shows that it will create a shortcut and not a copy of the folder.).
Double click on the shortcut and the AFS home directory will be opened.