Attempting to add a (non-existant) user to my CentOS system is returning
useradd: user example exists. I can successfully manually add the user to /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow, but that workaround is A Bad Thing. The user exists in LDAP, but PAM isn't using LDAP for authentication. Adding other users works fine. I'm stumped.
[root ~]# userdel example userdel: error deleting password entry userdel: error deleting shadow password entry [root ~]# useradd example useradd: user example exists [root ~]# su example bash-3.2$ whoami example bash-3.2$ groups example example : Users bash-3.2$ cd bash: cd: /home/example: No such file or directory bash-3.2$