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[SLUG] Fwd: pam_smb question
- To: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: [SLUG] Fwd: pam_smb question
- From: Luke McKee <luke@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon May 28 12:06:02 2001
- Organization: Webpay
I haven't seen my message come back from Samba list for about a hour so
I may as well post to slug.
The problem I am having seems to be more to do with PAM than with
Before PAM decides to load in any modules it decides to peruse
/etc/passwd to see if a user is in there.
Does anyone have a idea why PAM would do this?
As the PAM SMB mailing list has about 12 entries in the archive ;_) I
thought I would post here.
I am having trouble getting PAM_SMB latest stable version to work. It
keeps checking /etc/passwd even with the nolocal option.
I wish to have my mail relaying linked to pam_smb_auth. When I do a
stack trace the only pam module that seems to load is /lib/libpam.so.0
When I try and login in with an account that is in both Linux and
NT things work fine.