ivoras at fer.hr
Thu Nov 18 09:18:12 PST 2004
Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (Nov 18), Ivan Voras said:
> passwd just uses PAM to set passwords, so the cleanest way would be to
I see in the source that it calls some pam_* functions (I'm not an
expert...), so it should probably be documented in the man page.
> have a pam_smb module that does the password changes, and add it to
> /etc/pam.d/passwd , or maybe tell have pam_ldap do it.
The LDAP user entry contains both password used for unix (userPassword)
and NT passwords (sambaNTPassword, sambaLMPassword) - can PAM modules be
"stacked" to update all those fields? (if so, how? :) )
I still feel that installing pam_smb would not be a good idea since I'm
authenticating on the FreeBSD machine just fine using only pam_ldap.
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