[K12OSN] Login Problem From Pam_Mount
dhuckaby at paasda.org
Thu Aug 9 16:50:58 UTC 2007
this is exactly the kind of situation where BackupPC has saved my tail!
after a few saves I started making copies of the original files before
editing...or commenting out original lines and adding modifications.
> Hi Levi,
> You should probably try to boot into the server in single user mode
> and try to work your fix there. Google "grub single user" or "lilo
> single user" and follow the directions. Hopefully you have a backup of
> your pam.d directory if not you may want to look through your
> .bash_history file to try and reconstruct where you may have gone
> wrong. At the very least you can probably remove or comment out the
> pam_mount directives until you get this sorted.
> On 8/9/07, Kemp, Levi <lnkemp at bolivar.k12.mo.us> wrote:
>> I've got a bit of a problem. I set up pam_mount but something went wrong. All my AD users can still log on, but they have to enter their password twice and they get an error about ownership of their /home directory. This isn't half my problem though. I cannot log in as root. It tells me this.
>> You are required to change your password immediately (root enforced)
>> Changing password for root
>> (current) NT password:
>> Enter new NT password:
>> Retype new NT password:
>> BAD PASSWORD: it is WAY too short
>> I know what you are thinking, hey, why didn't you leave root logged in so you could check it and make changes in case. Well, my new librarian was cleaning in her closet and accidentally turned off my LTSP server and my Vexira anti-virus definitions server. I'm on the point of freaking out here, what do I need to do to recover? Thanks a ton, you guys have always been a huge help.
>> Levi Kemp
>> Bolivar R-1 Schools
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