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How to grant su access without password to one user only in wheel group (FreeBSD)?

I know how to enable su without a password for all wheel group users by adding the appropriate configuration line in /etc/pam.d/su. I do not want to enable this for all wheel users but only one ...
3
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1answer
405 views

Should pam_mkhomedir go in /etc/pam.d/login , sshd or system-auth?

I want to enable pam_mkhomedir.so for users who authenticate to our system. I want a user's home directory to be created when they SSH into the box. One common convention seems to be to put ...
4
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1answer
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How to use nginx PAM module?

I would like to use nginx PAM module to authenticate a site with existing users on a FreeBSD system. I tried to use pam_unix.so, but no luck. It's just not let me in with my usr/psw pair. :( nginx ...
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2answers
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How to grant su access to wheel without asking for password on FreeBSD?

I would like to grant users of the wheel group (other sysadmins) su access without being asked for password. I know how to do it with pam in linux, but the question now is for FreeBSD. I am not ...
0
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1answer
534 views

FreeBSD 8.2 + Apache 2.2 + mod_auth_pam2: unable to authenticate

I've installed Apache 2.2 and mod_auth_pam2 from ports, but I can't get local UNIX authentication to work. When I access the protected part of my local website, I do get the authentication request, ...
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PAM: Execute a command before pam_mkhomedir?

When a user logs into a system and there is no home directory, we would like to to create the user's home directory using pam_mkhomedir. This is a common practice. Here's a quick description of ...
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1answer
436 views

FreeBSD 7.0 Kerberos Login over SSH, But Not Console

I assume there is an easy solution to this, but I prefer to ask before mucking up our intranet server. During a support session, my co-worker and I realized we could login in with our Kerberos ...
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2answers
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FreeBSD LDAP authentication, pam_ldap, can't bind

I've been able to get some of my linux servers authenticating users against my LDAP directory server, but I've been having some trouble trying to do this with nss_ldap and pam_ldap in FreeBSD. Going ...
2
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3answers
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How to set up two-factor authentication with OTP on FreeBSD?

I have a FreeBSD server that I like to be able to get to from anywhere. Normally I use SSH publickey to log in, or if I don't have my SSH private key available then I might use regular password over ...
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1answer
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OpenLDAP client configuration headache in FreeBSD

I am using FreeBSD 7.2 as an NFS server, and as a client to an OpenLDAP server (which runs Debian etch). When users access their files on the NFS server, the users' UIDs are looked up in the ldap ...