Pluggable authentication modules (PAM)

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Enable ecryptfs for all new users, even those authenticating through kerberos and ldap

How do I make sure that all users have their home directory encrypted when the login for the first time? I have setup pam to use Kerberos authentication and LDAP authorization (which I think should ...
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Synchronize SSHFS mount with local filesystem

I've got a directory called "secure" that I mount on my laptop via sshfs whenever the server is in reach. While this server is in reach I want to keep it in two-way sync with a directory called ...
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Setup for mounting kerberized nfs home directory - gssd not finding valid kerberos ticket

Our home directories are exported via kerberized nfs, so the user needs a valid kerberos ticket to be able to mount its home. This setup works fine with our existing clients & server. Now we want ...
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Ubuntu, Gnome, PAM and ecryptfs

I would like to have a directory accessible to a couple of users, and not readable by maintenance types ... I can do what I want using ecryptfs and a password known only to the "couple of users" in ...
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Pam_mount won't automount encrypted partiton

As usual, when I install a new version of Ubuntu I install pam_mount to automount my with LUKS encrypted partition on login. However, for Ubuntu 11.10, I followed the same procedure as usual, but I ...
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How do I enable account lockout using pam_tally?

I am trying to implement account lockout in ubuntu using pam_tally. I have tried adding the follwing lines in /etc/pam.d/common-auth auth required pam_tally.so deny=3 account required ...
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SSSD + Encrypted /home, no longer automounts at login

I've switched a few boxes over to SSSD, so they now authenticate against a central LDAP server, and cache the credentials when I'm offline. This works fine, and the Ubuntu packages installed fine. ...
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Where are passwords stored?

How do you figure out where are user's passwords stored, for users that can login? I know the system is using LDAP for users (username, home path, etc.), but it doesn't contain any kind of passwords. ...
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Can't log in to Samba PDC with domain account

I have a problem. I like to login on a Samba Server with my Ubuntu 10.04/11.04 PC. On my Samba Server there are some accounts with data, but I couldn't connect to it. I have done this: aptitude -y ...
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“CRON: Module is unknown” after upgrading to 10.04

I just upgraded our server to Ubuntu 10.04 and cron just stopped working. I tried to restart the server, restart cron but nothing worked for me. It just reports in /var/log/syslog: May 12 16:32:01 ...
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Custom mount points in gvfs

Is there a way to attach gvfs mount to a custom directory? So instead of ~/.gvfs/sftp for leon on filezzzz.tim-online.nl/ something like: ~/mounts/filezzzz.tim-online.nl/? I thought about using ...
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I can't login in vsftpd with virtual users

Ubuntu 10.04 32 bits vsftpd 2.3.4 installed from sources # cat vsftpd.conf listen=YES anonymous_enable=NO local_enable=YES write_enable=YES anon_upload_enable=NO anon_mkdir_write_enable=NO ...