problem setting up ssh-krb5 from Debian Sarge
staffin at uiuc.edu
Fri Oct 29 14:10:46 EDT 2004
* Wes Chow <wes at woahnelly.net> [2004-10-29 13:06] wibbled:
> ack, yes it's some sort of NIS difficulty. If I remove NIS and put my
> username into the remove /etc/passwd file, I can ssh in (though it
> doesn't forward my tickets, but one problem at a time...).
> I must have NIS and PAM misconfigured... I'll do some more poking
You may need to have an entry in the shadow map, even if you are not
using password hashes in there. I ran into that on Debian a while back.
| Ben Staffin
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