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"G Harber" <sysadmcs.sfasu.edu> wrote: > I just restarted a 220R that has been off for six months and proceeded > to apply the 8_Recommended patch cluster, then rebooted. It will not > let me login and > returns this X message: > > Error opening PAM libraries. > > On the console: > > open_module: /usr/lib/security/pam_authtok_get.so.1 failed > ld.so.1: /usr/bin/login: fatal passwdutil.so.1 open failed > No such file or directory > > Has anyone had this problem with the current patch cluster? Might be related to 108993-18. Some new libraries seem to be missing. The patch should have stored your ...

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    Default Re: pam_authtok_get.so.1 failed


    "G Harber" <sysadmcs.sfasu.edu> wrote:
    > I just restarted a 220R that has been off for six months and proceeded
    > to apply the 8_Recommended patch cluster, then rebooted. It will not
    > let me login and
    > returns this X message:
    >
    > Error opening PAM libraries.
    >
    > On the console:
    >
    > open_module: /usr/lib/security/pam_authtok_get.so.1 failed
    > ld.so.1: /usr/bin/login: fatal passwdutil.so.1 open failed
    > No such file or directory
    >
    > Has anyone had this problem with the current patch cluster?
    Might be related to 108993-18. Some new libraries seem to
    be missing. The patch should have stored your old pam.conf
    as /etc/pam.conf.pre108993-18 (or similar).


    Thomas
    Thomas Dehn Guest

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    Default Re: pam_authtok_get.so.1 failed

    "Thomas Dehn" <thomas-usenetarcor.de> wrote in message news:<3ef9d785_1news.arcor-ip.de>...
    > Might be related to 108993-18. Some new libraries seem to
    > be missing. The patch should have stored your old pam.conf
    > as /etc/pam.conf.pre108993-18 (or similar).
    Indeed it is. As a temporary solution I have restored
    the original pam.conf and I can now log in. This is a
    major patch - am I the only person having this problem?

    gth
    G Harber Guest

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    Default Re: pam_authtok_get.so.1 failed


    "G Harber" <sysadmcs.sfasu.edu> wrote:
    > "Thomas Dehn" <thomas-usenetarcor.de> wrote in message
    news:<3ef9d785_1news.arcor-ip.de>...
    > > Might be related to 108993-18. Some new libraries seem to
    > > be missing. The patch should have stored your old pam.conf
    > > as /etc/pam.conf.pre108993-18 (or similar).
    >
    > Indeed it is. As a temporary solution I have restored
    > the original pam.conf and I can now log in. This is a
    > major patch - am I the only person having this problem?
    I was just making an educated guess
    about the area of the root cause. You probably
    are not the only one having such a problem,
    might easily be a known issue.


    Thomas

    Thomas Dehn Guest

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