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December 10, 2007 at 2:26 pm #40847
I’m testing ZeroShell, my boss asked me to set up a wifi captive
portal for …. next monday.
Zero Shell distribution seems very good, but I’ve got the
following problem : I’d like to authenticate users of the captive
portal against a local kerberos realm, But I can’t do that (in the
Captive Portal section, I removed the EXAMPLE.COM realm, but when I
try to add another realm , if I choose “Local Kerberos 5 Realm”, the
domain named is automatically filled with EXAMPLE.COM, and I can’t
type my own realm, although I created it in Security>Kerberos
Is there a way I can set up zeroshell as a Captive Portal, with a local realm named for example LOCALWIFI and not EXAMPLE.COM ??
Thank you very much if you can find time to answer me !!
DenisDecember 11, 2007 at 5:46 pm #46051rochajoelMember
I think you can… EXAMPLE.COM is only the example domain that comes in the live CD, you can change that if you install a new database onto a pen/disk drive…December 12, 2007 at 9:18 am #46052
Obviously, off course EXAMPLE.COM is an example domain. But as said above, when I want to setup a LOCAL realm, I can’t edit the textbox content, it’s automatically filled up with EXAMPLE.COM, even if I deleted this realm !December 12, 2007 at 10:36 am #46053OnHeLMember
Rochajoel was kind enough to explain to you that what you need to do is create a new database and this will give you a new realm. This would require you either install Zeroshell to a HD, USB Drive or to a Compact Flash card. What device are you using to run Zeroshell?
Read the FAQ on storage configuration and devices
If you do have a storage device and need a tutorial for creating a database, then just read the first 6 pages of the below tutorial.
Good luck.December 12, 2007 at 10:41 am #46054
Thanks for your answers OnHel and RochaJoel,
And excuse me RochaJoel if you found my answer rude, it was absolutely not my purpose.
Well, I run ZeroShell on a vmware virtual machine (with the vmware package).
I’ll study this PDF !
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