On Monday 27 April 2009 11:05:03 am sean finney wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 10:06:59AM -0400, Art Alexion wrote:
> > I remember a similar problem with a corrupted /dev/null and another time
> > when some update screwed up the host name resolution, but /dev/null looks
> > OK, and this time I just get the word, error, not "Host name not found"
> > This doesn't seem to be preventing me from doing anything, but it is an
> > annoyance. Any ideas.
> one quick idea from the hip: compare the contents of /etc/pam.d to aThat refreshed my memory. On the two affected machines, I tried to join them
> known-good system, to see if the pam configuration is any different?
to a windows domain with likewise-open. Though the computers were joined, I
was never able to log in with my AD UID. I am guessing that the error is
somehow being generated when it tries to pass the login on to the AD domain
controller. I'll dig deeper.
Nothing interesting on either.
On Monday 27 April 2009 12:20:18 pm Eric wrote:
> Are there any relevant entries in the /var/log/messages or
> ~/.xsession-errors files?
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