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Re: PAM-warn; [remote: ?nobody@?nowhere]



On Thu, Nov 01, 2001 at 02:04:56PM -0500, Brian Clark wrote:
> #define AUTH_PASSWD                     0
> #define AUTH_SHADOW                     0
> #define AUTH_PAM                        1       
> #define AUTH_PAM_USERPASS               0
> 
> First I used AUTH_MAN_USERPASS, but it failed, so I switched it to

Did you install pam_userpass and stack it for popa3d?  If not then it
couldn't have worked.

lftp ftp.openwall.com:/pub/projects/pam/modules> ls -l | grep pam_userpass-0.4
-rw-r--r--   1 ftp      ftp          3948 Jun 14 07:58 pam_userpass-0.4.tar.gz
-rw-r--r--   1 ftp      ftp           331 Jun 14 07:59 pam_userpass-0.4.tar.gz.sign

> AUTH_PAM and it appeared to go just fine. I could pop and receive mail.
> 
> Later I noticed this while tailing the log to make sure everything was
> OK:
> 
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla popa3d[15217]: connect from 123.456.789.10 (123.456.789.10)
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla PAM-warn[15217]: service: popa3d [on terminal: <unknown>]
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla PAM-warn[15217]: user: (uid=0) -> foo [remote: ?nobody@?nowhere]
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla PAM-warn[15217]: service: popa3d [on terminal: <unknown>]
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla PAM-warn[15217]: user: (uid=0) -> foo [remote: ?nobody@?nowhere]
> Nov  1 14:18:10 cla popa3d[15217]: Authentication passed for foo

You seem to have pam_warn somewhere in the PAM stack for popa3d.  Why,
do you need it?

-- 
/sd





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