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pkd(8)							    BSD System Manager's Manual 						    pkd(8)

pkd -- PlugInKit, pluginkit, plugin SYNOPSIS
pkd [-d database] [-vW] DESCRIPTION
pkd manages plug-ins for the PlugInKit subsystem. It is a classic launch agent managed by launchd. -d database Use an alternate registry database file at the given location. -v Ask pkd to log more verbosely to the system log. -W Asks pkd to write the location of this user's PlugInKit directory to stdout and exit. This is the directory containing all per-user PlugInKit data. FILES
PlugInKit/Registry Inside the user's posix cache directory (as returned by confstr(3)), contains the user's current plugin registry. SEE ALSO
pluginkit(1) xpc(3) BUGS
None yet. HISTORY
Pkd was first introduced in OS X 10.9. Darwin June 2, 2019 Darwin

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kdcsetup(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					       kdcsetup(1)

kdcsetup -- Kerberos -- Open Directory Single Sign On SYNOPSIS
kdcsetup [-v debug_level] [-a admin_name] [-p password] REALM DESCRIPTION
kdcsetup is a tool for configuring an Apple Open Directory KDC. It creates the needed Kerberos files and data for an Open Director master. -v debug_level Controls the amount of output generated by kdcsetup. 0 prints errors and very basic information. 1 prints generatal status information. Higher levels may add progressively more detail. -a admin_name Name of a directory administrator authorized to make changes in Open Directory. This admin will be used as the administrator in the KDC database. Required parameter. Note: this is not a principal name. -p password The password for the above admin. Required parameter. REALM The name of the realm that this KDC serves. Required parameter. FILES
/var/db/krb5kdc/ directory where all the config & database files for the KDC are stored /var/log/krb5kdc/ directory where the log files from the KDC are written NOTES
kdcsetup is automatically run when creating an Open Directory Master. It should NEVER be run manually and will likely be deprecated in the future. SEE ALSO
kadmind(8), kdc(8), kerberos(8), krbservicesetup(8), opendirectoryd(8), sso_util(8) Darwin June 1, 2019 Darwin
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