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Re: [Fwd: Re: [Jailkit-users] cannot find user name uid 1001: Success]

From: Jochen Mattes
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: [Jailkit-users] cannot find user name uid 1001: Success]
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 00:51:59 +0200
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Olivier Sessink wrote:
Jochen Mattes wrote:

sshd: Accepted password for joe:from port 18700 ssh2
sshd: subsystem request for sftp
jk_chrootsh: now entering jail /home/jail for user joe (1001)
jk_lsh: jk_lsh version 2.3, started
jk_lsh: cannot find user name for uid 1001:Success

jk_lsh runs inside the chroot jail, and tries to find out who user 1001 is. could be your <jail>/etc/passwd file, or <jail>/lib/libnss* libraries or <jail>/etc/nsswitch.conf that are missing


thanks for the reply. I checked the files, but they do all exist.

hmm it all seems fine indeed. Can you give some more information on your system? 32bit? 64bit? (have you checked /lib64 ? is jk_lsh a 32bit or a 64bit executable?) distribution?


The server runs on Suse 10 Enterprise Server 64 bit and the jk_lsh should be a 64bit excecutable as well.

After adapting the jk_init.ini to use the nss 64bit libaries there is a
new entry in the log file (messages):

jk_lsh[2144]: section DEFAULT does not have a key executables

The rest of the log file is still the same.



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