marc.pfefferkorn at post.rwth-aachen.de
Wed Oct 31 08:27:02 GMT 2001
i've read a few mails here about the following problem, but the solution
comes not clear to me.
I'm using SuSE 7.3 (kernel 2.4.10), and samba 2.2.2.
Following problem appeared:
In the standard settings for pam.d/login,passwd,other and samba SWAT
works well. Swat is access able as root and as user.
Changing the options in /etc/pam.d to use md5-hashes in shadow, SWAT
denies all accesses after making a passwd for the affected user or root
to activate the md5-hash in shadow.
Deactivation the md5 option in the /etc/pam.d/files
(passswd,login,other,samba), changing the md5-hash back by doing a
passwd $user, and the user/root is accepted by SWAT.
Due to the fact that i will not deactivate md5-hashes in shadow, i wish
to 'teach' SWAT to accept the md5-passwords in shadow.
Can anyone rebuild this problem ?
PS: samba was compiled with --with-pam.
If it's helpful i can send the /etc/pam.d/files in the working and not
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