[Centos] Problem with change user

Alexander Georgiev alexander.georgiev at gmail.com
Tue Dec 28 10:18:56 UTC 2004


I am also using ldap, and pam ldap module/
I had similar problems with su and oracle, several months ago. It
seems that some of the lovely pam libraries crashes. I turned out that
the problem is that I had manualy edited


to include ldap pam module. The moment I used the relevant red hat
tool - authconfig to add support fot ldap passwords, my problems
disappeared. I noticed that system-auth file created by the redhat
tool is more complex by my previous variant which I took from a
similar debian box.

On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 11:36:26 -0300, Cristofer Nicolas Reyes Aguilera
<crreyes at inf.utfsm.cl> wrote:
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> El Jue 23 Dic 2004 10:40, Ted Kaczmarek escribió:
> > I am guessing that the response from your ldap server is not allowing
> > that user access. As you stated, with a non ldap auth user it works.
> > Their may also be some pam issue. If you don't get any helpful response
> > try the openldap mailing list or the pam mailing list.
> >
> > Ted
> I've aditional information, the password of postgres is more the 8 characters,
> but if I change the password to a small password less the 8 characters the
> change user work, you've any idea the problem with the password?
> Thanks
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