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Re: pam_succeed_if -- error messages in the log



Am Mi, den 09.06.2004 schrieb olga urbantimes net um 18:13:

> >> imapd[21286]: pam_succeed_if: requirement "uid < 100" not met by user
> >> "olga"

> > See: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=124979
> >
> > I think Nalin meanwhile fixed it in the rawhide package of authconfig.

> Thanks a lot... I guess, I am not just going crazy..
> On that page you sent me resolution link is empty. Where can I find that
> rawhide package of authconfig? Thank you.

Hm, I think I had a wrong first impression when looking for the issue.
The secure log entries seem to come with the authconfig setup on FC2 and
were introduced by the package that comes with it. See the changelog:

$ rpm -q --changelog authconfig
* Do Apr 22 2004 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin redhat com> 4.6.2-1
 
- learn all about pam_passwdqc
- preserve arguments to pam_cracklib and pam_passwdqc
- short-circuit PAM authorization checks for users with UID < 100
- remove redhat-config-authentication as a way to invoke the GUI tool
(#115977)

I think the "short-circuit PAM authorization checks" is it. Actually I
have no solution for it. Those messages might be annoying if you have a
busy mail server running. You may have a look into the authconfig
src.rpm and check whether there is a compilation switch for it or a
patch.

Alexander


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