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RE: Auth against NCP

Isn't pam.conf depreciated and no longer used if /etc/pam.d is found?

Regardless, with or without pam.conf in /etc I don't get any pam logging in

The machine this is running on is Redhat 7.2 (Enigma)
It is running Pam 0.75 or so it appears.

Adding DEBUG to /etc/pam.d/httpd causes the daemon to segfault when
attempting to auth against PAM.

Ok, I noticed the the pam_ncp_auth messages were logging under
/var/log/secure instead.

When auth fails in apache giving me
[Wed Sep 17 08:45:21 2003] [error] (2)No such file or directory: access to /
failed for, reason: Authentication service cannot retrieve
authentication info.,

Nothing is logged, however if I try to auth using a username & password that
doesn't exist on the NCP server I get
Sep 17 08:44:58 berlin pam_ncp_auth[21961]: Invalid password (-669) when
trying to login

-----Original Message-----
From: Alexander Peuchert deutsche-boerse com
[mailto:Alexander Peuchert deutsche-boerse com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 1:18 AM
To: pam-list redhat com
Cc: David Earp
Subject: Re: Auth against NCP

insert the option DEBUG into your pam.conf and then you can see the output
via syslog.

- alex

            "David Earp"                    To:   pam-list redhat com
            <dearp csrincorporated co       cc:   (bcc: Alexander
            m>                              Subject:    Auth against NCP

            16.09.2003 19:04
            Please respond to

I have an apache server which is use mod_auth_pam for authentication of
various parts of a website I run. It works if the pam.d/httpd is setup to
auth against the system however I can't get it to auth against my NCP
using pam_ncp_auth. I know the NCP server works and auths fine from the
webserver as I can mount the NCP shares and authenticate that way no
problem. Is there something I can do to test and see why pam can't
authenticate using this module?

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