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Re: ssh with pam support..



Thanx for the information Andrew.

It works like a charm!

tom

On Nov 6,  9:20pm, Andrew Morgan wrote:
> Subject: Re: ssh with pam support..
> Tom wrote:
> > i remember seeing something about this a while back..
> >
> > i can't seem to find it on the list archives..
> > anyone know anything about it?
>
> There are two approaches to this.
>
> 	1. go to www.replay.com (in the Netherlands) and
> 	   download the appropriate ssh RPMs.
>
> [Point 2. is new as of this message ;^]
>
> 	2. Do 1. and substitute the following two files:
>
>   http://linux.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/pam/pre/ssh-1.2.20-pam.patch.uu
>   http://linux.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/pam/pre/ssh-pam-spec.patch.uu
>
> 	   a. ssh-1.2.20-pam.patch.gz
> 		this is a replacement for the patch in the SRPM on
> 		replay. [It has a different name so you just need to
> 		place it in /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/ ]
>
> 	   b. ssh-pam-spec.patch.gz
> 		this is a patch to the spec file provided in the
> 		SRPM on replay.
>
> If you follow course 1. you will get something that works for simple
> password authentication against Linux-PAM < 0.59.
>
> If you do step 2. you will get something that is "designed to work"
> with 0.59+ and will only do PAM based authentication if both the
> client and the server are compiled with these patches...  And then you
> may have some trouble since this is all very alpha code. ;^)
>
> I'd like to thank Andrey (Savochkin Andrey Vladimirovich) for fixing
> my former (broken) patch!
>
> Cheers
>
> Andrew
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