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Re: pam_time.so & time.conf



Francis,

The following information would be useful

1. your complete /etc/pam.d/login file
2. tell us which version of PAM you are using
3. look in /var/log/messages for anything that might be
   relevant.  (Try 'tail -f /var/log/messages' when you
   attempt to log in.)

Thanks

Andrew


Francis A. Vidal writes:
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> From: "Francis A. Vidal" <francis@usls.edu>
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> Subject: pam_time.so & time.conf
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> hello everyone,
> 
> from the Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide, if i include the module
> 'pam_time.so' in /etc/pam.d/login as:
> 
> account   required   /lib/security/pam_time.so
> 
> and configure /etc/security/time.conf with:
> 
> login;tty* & !ttyp*;!root | !user;!Al0000-2400
> 
> when i tried it, 'user' cannot login to the console except root! any
> suggestions?
> 
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