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RE: pam errors caused by netatalk


>Whenever someone tries to contact my system through Appletalk
>(netatalk), I get the following errors from pam in the system log (and
>the access fails):
>Nov  6 20:26:15 pfaffben pam[3456]: unable to
>Nov  6 20:26:15 pfaffben pam[3456]: [dlerror: File not found]
>Nov  6 20:26:15 pfaffben pam[3456]: adding faulty module:
>Nov  6 20:26:15 pfaffben pam[3456]: (other) illegal module type: OTHER

I do not think it come from netatalk.
What I did was to change the contents of the "other" file.

dali# cat /etc/pam.d/other.org 
other   auth     required       pam_deny.so
OTHER   account  required       pam_deny.so
OTHER   password required       pam_deny.so
OTHER   session  required       pam_deny.so

dali# cat /etc/pam.d/other     
auth     required       pam_deny.so
account  required       pam_deny.so
password required       pam_deny.so
session  required       pam_deny.so


I also have a problem with netatalk. If a user mounting his home-directory on
a Mac gives an incorrect password there is no more reply from the server
to any Mac.

I have to reboot the server to get it going again.

dali# tail /var/log/syslog
Nov  7 11:09:17 dali afpd[159]: dali:AFPServer@* started on 102.154:128
Nov  7 11:13:31 dali afpd[195]: session from 106.123:244 on 102.154:129
Nov  7 11:13:31 dali afpd[159]: atp_sreq to (5) 27136.123:245
Nov  7 11:13:41 dali afpd[159]: atp_rresp: Connection timed out
Nov  7 11:13:41 dali afpd[159]: asp_chld 195 killed
Nov  7 11:13:44 dali afpd[196]: session from 106.123:244 on 102.154:129
Nov  7 11:13:44 dali afpd[159]: atp_sreq to (5) 27136.123:245
Nov  7 11:16:37 dali afpd[159]: kill: No such process
Nov  7 11:16:37 dali afpd[159]: asp_alrm: 196 timed out

If I comment out the "pam_unix_auth.so" and just "pam_permit.so" it works

dali# cat /etc/pam.d/netatalk
#auth      required    pam_unix_auth.so
auth      required    pam_permit.so
account   required    pam_unix_acct.so
session   required    pam_unix_session.so
password  required    pam_unix_passwd.so


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