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Don't worry about the smbfs bits, the automount and pam module might be


Murray Trainer wrote:

Hi All,

Are there any workarounds for the problem below.



Using pam_mount version 0.9.21 and OpenSSH 3.9p1 on SUSE LINUX 9.2

Privilige Separation is disabled

I have pam_mount mounting home folders from a remote Windows server
happily on the Linux box, with local logins ( ie using pam.d/login )

Users can logon happily to using ssh ( ie using pam.d/ssh ) but

pam_mount gives errors when trying to mount the remote directory for an ssh session

"Jan 21 15:38:07 SUSE92 PAM-warn[30346]: function=[pam_sm_acct_mgmt] service=[sshd] terminal=[ssh] user=[dawsona] ruser=[<unknown>] rhost=[localhost] Jan 21 15:38:07 SUSE92 sshd[30345]: Accepted keyboard-interactive/pam
for dawsona from ::ffff: port 1443 ssh2 Jan 21 15:38:07 SUSE92 sshd[30347]: pam_mount: error trying to
retrieve authtok from auth code Jan 21 15:38:07 SUSE92 sshd[30347]: pam_mount: error trying to read
password Jan 21 15:38:07 SUSE92 sshd[30347]: fatal: PAM: pam_open_session(): Permission denied"

Has anybody got a working pam sshd config with pam_mount I can crib or
a workaround ? thanks

Alan Dawson --
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