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Re: [Jailkit-users] Problems configuring in Suse 10.2

From: Jere Retzer
Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] Problems configuring in Suse 10.2
Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 12:01:03 -0800

Nope. I took out ./ in the path and changed user mike's shell to bin/bash and 
tried to log in sftp. Password failed. Here is the line from/var/log/messages:

Mar  7 11:48:39 thinkpad sshd[28480]: error: PAM: Authentication failure for 
illegal user mike from localhost
Mar  7 11:48:39 thinkpad sshd[28480]: Failed keyboard-interactive/pam for 
invalid user mike from port 13333 ssh2

Here is what I find in /etc/security:
thinkpad:~ # ls /etc/security
access.conf  group.conf  limits.conf  namespace.conf  namespace.init  
pam_env.conf  time.conf
These all seem to be sample files that could be use to tailor security by 
location, time, etc. I don't find anythin uncommented in these

>>> address@hidden 3/7/2007 10:51 AM >>>
Jere Retzer wrote:
> Thanks, Olivier. This is really taking some detective work and I appreciate 
> it!
> Here are the ownership settings for the home directories in question:
> thinkpad:~ # ls-l /home/jail/home
> total 8
> drwx------ 2 lcmc rxrmotedb 4096 Mar  6 10:56 lcmc
> drwx------ 2 mike rxremote  4096 Mar  6 10:56 mike

just something I thought of: if you change the shell in /etc/passwd to 
/bin/bash, can you log in? If not, what happens if you remove the /./ 
sequence in the home directory, does that help?

If I recall correctly pam_unix2.so is configured in 
/etc/security/somefile, can you check if there is anything relevant there?


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