Kerberos and AFS on Mac OS X Mavericks/10.9
Install the Kerberos Commander from the .dmg file you just downloaded. At the end of the installation it will ask you for your CSID/SUNetID. Ignore that by pressing Cancel.
Go to System Preferences, Security & Privacy. Click the lock on the bottom left of the window to enable making changes. Change the selection of Allow apps downloaded from to Anywhere.
Install the OpenAFS client from the downloaded .dmg file. During the installation process type in the following for name of your local cell:
And the following for the local cell alias:
You may now revert the security changes from #4: Go to System Preferences, Security & Privacy. Click the lock on the bottom left of the window to enable making changes. Change the selection of Allow apps downloaded from to Mac App Store and identified developers.
Restart the computer.
Open the Kerberos Commander. Enter your username, make sure to spell out the domain name (CS.STANFORD.EDU) in capital letters, e.g.
Enter your password too. Once the Kerberos Commander displays the successfully obtained credentials use the Get New AFS Token button.
You can now find your home directory under under the /afs directory:
You can make an alias to that directory for easier access.