|Dan Crosta on 14 Jan 2006 00:18:37 -0000|
Greg Helledy wrote:
I am using SME Server 6.0 as a dialup gateway/firewall/print server.
I had a problem with the same symptoms, and it was the damndest thing -- someone pointed me at PAM, and it wasn't until an hour or so of looking at PAM that I realized a line break wasn't just vim wrapping lines, but an actual \n in the file. I'd check your pam files relevant to console login (in debian, /etc/pam.d/login) and make sure there are no accidental line breaks.
SSH, on woody at least, uses /etc/pamd.d/ssh, and so is immune to issues in the login file.
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