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krb_set_tkt_string(3krb)			      krb_set_tkt_string(3krb)

Name
       krb_set_tkt_string,  krb_set_srvtab_string - Environmental setup of the
       Kerberos libraries

Syntax
	#include <krb.h>

	void krb_set_tkt_string (filename)
	char *filename

	void krb_set_srvtab_string (filename)
	char *filename

Arguments
       filename
	       The filename of the Kerberos ticket cache file or the  name  of
	       the service table file.

Description
       The  routine  sets  the	default name of the file that holds a cache of
       service tickets and associated session keys  belonging  to  a  Kerberos
       principal.   The	 routine  accepts  a filename for the cache and copies
       this name into the local storage of The default before any calls to  is
       is the user ID of the process that calls

       You  should  call  krb_set_tkt_string during Kerberos initialization to
       assure that any routines called later receive the proper name  if  they
       require the filename of the cache.

       The  routine  sets the default name of the file that stores the keys of
       the Kerberos applications running  on  the  local  host.	  The  routine
       accepts a filename for the service table file and copies this name into
       the local storage of

       You should call krb_set_srvtab_string during the	 Kerberos  initializa‚Äź
       tion  of a service to assure that any subsequently called routines that
       require the filename of the service table receive the proper name.  The
       default, before any calls to the string, is

Files
       See Also
	      kerberos(3krb), krb_sendauth(3krb), krb_sendmutual(3krb)

						      krb_set_tkt_string(3krb)
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