Alain Cochard wrote: > Andreas Bernauer writes: > > > Alain Cochard wrote on Fri, Jul 20 2007 at 11:59 (+0200): > > > > Just a few days ago, I stopped being able to 'su' or 'su > > > some_user' from a terminal: the passwords are no longer accepted. > > > Same problem to unlock a session (need to enter the password). > > > You may not have noticed, but the problem seems to be that PAM is > > denying access. Check the file /etc/pam.d/su to see why it may be > > doing this. My su-file looks like the one attached and is from > > FC6. > > Thanks Andreas. Unfortunately, my /etc/pam.d/su file is exactly > identical to yours... > > > You may also want to turn on some 'debug' option flag in the pam > > modules. However, there is no general debug interface to PAM > > (unfortunately). > > Well, I read the pam and pam_authenticate manuals, but have no idea of > how to start on that. It appears to be way beyond my abilities. > > Any more clues, anyone? > > Alain > A long shot, but check your /etc/sudoers file. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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