Recent PAM changes worth an UPDATING entry?
gamato at users.sf.net
Tue Aug 28 16:01:41 PDT 2007
Doug Barton wrote:
> On Fri, 24 Aug 2007, martinko wrote:
>> Doug Barton wrote:
>>> I just rebuilt and installed my world on my 6-stable box, and ran
>>> into a snag. Like a lot of users I use -DNO_CLEAN in buildworld
>>> since this is a very slow box that I use mostly as a file/dns
>>> server. After rebooting I could ssh in ok (probably because I don't
>>> use PAM for sshd) but couldn't su, or log in at the console.
>>> After looking at the errors, I figured out that I needed to
>>> completely recompile stuff related to PAM. Just to be on the safe
>>> side I did libpam, login, su, and getty. After that I was able to
>>> log in normally from the console, and su from either terminal.
>>> IMO this is worth an entry in UPDATING since I probably won't be the
>>> only user who stumbles across this.
>> Could it possibly be related to the following issue of mine ?? :
> Sure sounds that way. Have you tried doing clean recompiles of those
I'm not quite sure why after buildworld & installworld I would need to
recompile some stuff once again (apart from ports, if necessary, of
course). Does it have something to do with -DNO_CLEAN and what exactly
? Anyway, I didn't use it while doing my buildworld.
Anyway, I may try what you suggest (asap). Meanwhile, could you pls
explain where you looked at for errors and what exactly you did
afterwards ?? (I was at lost myself)
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