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Re: PAM modules under Solaris 2.6 (fwd)



>  > May 22 09:34:15 hades login: load_modules: can not open module \
>  > 		/usr/lib/security/pam_ntdom_auth.so.1
>  >
>  >	And the 'make' appears to have gone cleanly:
>  >
>  >ld -G -o pam_ntdom_auth.so dynamic/rpc_validate.o dynamic/pam_ntdom_auth.o
>  >	dynamic/pam_read_conf.o dynamic/support.o
rpc_validate/cmd_netlogon.o
>  >	rpc_validate/cmd_lsarpc.o  lib/util/membuffer.o lib/util/smberr.o
>  >	lib/util/util.o lib/util/time.o lib/util/credentials.o
lib/util/md4.o
>  >	lib/util/arcfour.o lib/util/smbdes.o lib/util/smbencrypt.o
>  >	lib/util/pwd_cache.o lib/util/nterr.o lib/smb/clientgen.o
>  >	lib/rpc/parse/parse_rpc.o lib/rpc/parse/parse_net.o
>  >	lib/rpc/parse/parse_misc.o lib/rpc/parse/parse_lsa.o
>  >	lib/rpc/parse/parse_prs.o  lib/rpc/client/cli_pipe.o
>  >	lib/rpc/client/cli_lsarpc.o lib/rpc/client/cli_netlogon.o
>  >	lib/rpc/client/cli_login.o  
>  
>   -lpam ??

login shouldn't require it but dtlogin might. can't hurt. note also building
linux-pam apps and using one will likely give you better error messages.

-D



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