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I had my home directory encrypted and found this one helpful : http://tweaktheserver.com/ssh-cant-connect-authentications-that-can-continue-publickeygssapi-keyexgssapi-with-micpassword/
I was using caps-lock for part of my password. I'm used to caps-lock lagging a bit on Linux, but it was lagging a lot more than normal and generally being unreliable over iKVM. And I was all ready to dive into the PAM source code...
Note: Once you have activated the 2-factor authentication for a user and haven't set the same for root, you will never be able to Login as root directly. In such a case a way around is to use any other sudo user for whom we have it setup and then use "sudo su -" to switch to the root user. use below steps to set it up. 1) Install below given package to ...
I know there is a bug opened here. Others seem to make it work here, mine does not connect this way.
While I could not get around the SASL issue ... for other modules that do not support SASL; PAM is used. I integrated PAM with LDAP (pam_ldap.so). If you have PAM also using LDAP successfully then you can avoid having to rely only on SASL. Not the desirable solution but an effective and logical workaround.
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