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Re: Missing /etc/pam.d/passwd



Markus.Grunwald@pruftechnik.com wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> On one of my debian testing machines, the /etc/pam.d/passwd is missing:
> 
> gru@PT-AGCMLX1 >ls -1 /etc/pam.d/
> apache2
> ...
> common-account
> common-auth
> common-password
> common-session
> ...
> other
> ppp
> samba
> ...
> xscreensaver
> 
> The passwd package is installed:
> 
> gru@PT-AGCMLX1 >dpkg -l passwd | egrep ^ii
> ii  passwd         4.0.14-4       change and administer password and group 
> dat
> 
> It should contain the /etc/pam.d/passwd file:
> 
> gru@PT-AGCMLX1 >dpkg -L passwd | grep pam\.d
> /etc/pam.d
> /etc/pam.d/passwd
> /etc/pam.d/chfn
> /etc/pam.d/chsh
> 
> But even after I do "aptitude reinstall passwd", nothing changes...
> What is wrong there ? 
> It doesn't seem to cause any errors since I can use the passwd command as 
> usual...
> Oh, and before you ask: I know that the file just contains "@include 
> common-password", but I would like to know why the file is missing...

Manually extract the passwd deb and check. If is not there, delete the
cached passwd deb file and redownload. If is there, I'm not sure what is
happening.



jorge



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