/etc/krb.equiv(5) Kerberos equivalences


krb.equiv contains zero or more lines, each of which describes a mapping of a kerberos principal (userid@host) to a local user (userid or alias). Each line of the file consists of two fields, separated by at least one whitespace character; other blanks are ignored. The first field is the kerberos principal name to remap, and the second is the name of the corresponding local user.