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Re: PAM support on potato

Thank you SO MUCH !
Too bad xdm isn't pamified...
But gdm should be, right ? kdm too, but I have doubts on this (I tried).

But, it still doesn't work...

Exactly the same as before...

It logs in, and then I'm rerouted to the gdm startup screen.
Maybe an evironment problem.

I definitely don't understand. Nothing in the logs, enverything seems correct.

Thanx anyway.

Le mar, 24 oct 2000, Jamie Heilman a écrit :
> Philippe BARNETCHE wrote:
> > It looks like xdm doesn't support pam.
> http://people.debian.org/~branden/
> take a look at the "Looking Ahead" section
> > I can't get pam_ldap working (either with login or gdm or kdm) while it's
> > running great on other distributions.
> depending on your needs this will cover gdm or not, here's what I use:
> auth     requisite  pam_nologin.so
> auth     required   pam_env.so
> auth     required   pam_ldap.so
> account  required   pam_ldap.so
> session  required   pam_unix.so
> password required   pam_ldap.so
> It should be noted that I don't use a pam_unix failover for auth or session
> because on my workstation there are no valid shell accounts in the password
> file, outside of root ofcourse who shouldn't be loging in via gdm ever
> anyway.
> I haven't had any luck getting the pam_ldap password stuff to work, ymmv.
> login is more complicated and you should really understand fully what
> you're doing before you construct a login pam config.  But suffice it to
> say that pam_ldap does work atleast for auth and account.


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