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Behaviour of no_login



no_login doesn't  show the behaviour I would expect:

1. rsh , rlogin and login:
    Even though the user is not allowed to login, he is requested to
enter his password again and
     again, until a new login prompt appears that finally can be aborted
with <Ctrl-D>

2. ssh
     The text of the file /etc/nologin is not displayed on the terminal,
and the user sees only
      that he is not permitted to login. Here again the user is asked to
enter the password
      3 times before he gets the message "Unable to find an
authentication method", and
      ssh returns.

The configuration file is that of the OpenSSH 2.3.0p1 distribution. that
is installed. PAM is
at version 0.72. Did I miss something?

Willy





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