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Old 05-13-2004, 08:34 AM   #1
fatcake
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Registered: May 2004
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Distribution: Suse9.1 and RedHat 9
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suse9.1client W2k ADS kerberos and pam


Hi to all

what I try to do is logging from a Suse 9.1 machine to win2000 Domain
I configured samba and kerberos.
I could join the domain and I can run succesfully a kinit
wbinfo -u/-g shows me all my win users/groups
but at the logging screen I can see all my domain users and machines
but as soon I select one I get an error says
X-session: Login for "username" is disabled.
the only error in my /var/log/messages file is
Linux kdm: pam_setcred(DELETE_CRED) for DOMAINNAME\Administrator failed: no module specific data is present

but I do not know much about pam, I hope you guys can help
Thanks a Lot
 
Old 06-09-2005, 02:27 AM   #2
tilman
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i have exactly the same problem with suse 9.2
 
  


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