apache: use HTTP for mod_auth_kerb service principal
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1 Basic bootstrapping
3 - Customize config/core/core.sml and configDefault/ as needed
4 - Use config.sml for changes other than core. At least set defaultDomain.
5 - Create a user for domtool
6 - `make install' domtool
7 - Run domtool-create-shared-root to bootstrap shared directories
8 - Run domtool-create-local-root to bootstrap local work directories if this machine will be a node
9 - Customize and copy test.domain.core.conf to $defaultDomain.core.ssl.conf
10 - You unfortunately have to duplicate the value of Config.caPath here
11 - Run domtool-create-ca to boostrap your local domtool ca
12 - Run domtool-init-truststore to initialize the trust store
13 - Run domtool-init-acl $you to add yourself as an administrator of domtool
14 - Run `domtool-addcert $host -unsafe` where $host is the short name
15 of the machine that will run domtool-server. E.g. for
16 "foo.test.domain", $host = foo. Repeat for any machines that will
17 be domtool workers.
18 - Start domtool-server
19 - Run `domtool-adduser $you -unsafe' to create your certificates and
20 grant yourself access to your $HOME path
21 - In theory, domtool should start and you should be able to grant
22 yourself domains and configure things