Perl client for Kerberos-authenticated command execution
Descriptionremctl is a client/server protocol for executing specific commands on a remote system with Kerberos authentication. The allowable commands must be listed in a server configuration file, and the executable run on the server may be mapped to any command name. Each command is also associated with an ACL containing a list of Kerberos principals authorized to run that command. This package contains the Net::Remctl Perl library, which provides native Perl bindings for the libremctl client library. It also contains the Net::Remctl::Backend module, which assists in writing remctl backends in Perl.
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