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If you want to use an existing working OpenLDAP server on your network under Debian Jessie then you should be using the following packages : libnss-ldap libpam-ldap rather than libnss-ldapd libpam-ldapd
Nothing hardcoded, simply set sysctl_nr_open via fs.nr_open=5242880 and re-do sysctl -p/login, your limit is now 5m. file-max needs to be the same value.
FYI: domainjoin-cli configure --enable pam will re-add these lines after an upgrade as well. PBIS Open 8.x and higher properly deliver a /usr/share/pam-configs/pbis configuration so that this shouldn't happen in the future. Additionally, PBIS logs more specific errors to the daemon facility of syslog, so you can view them in ubuntu in /var/log/syslog ...
builtin:forward-login,privileged Forwards the successful FileVault login to the OS X Login Window and bypasses the need to login there. It's kind of like single sign-on. I disable this in my environment since it wasn't using the 802.1X profile I had setup. I would try doing that. OS X: How to disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled sudo ...
There's also AllowUsers and AllowGroups in /etc/ssh/sshd_config which can also be used for access control, presuming they only have ssh access to the box.
Is no a recommend, I would like to say, you cannot do that. if you looking this other answer. can't log in when nofile is set to unlimited in /etc/security/limits.conf man proc /proc/sys/fs/file-max This file defines a system-wide limit on the number of open files for all processes. (See also setrlimit(2), which can be used by a process ...
In linux it is set from PID=1 limits, by reading /proc/1/limits. The pam_limits.c source (available at https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/linux-pam.git/tree/modules/pam_limits/pam_limits.c) shows in the init_limits() that for linux the parse_kernel_limits function is called, which opens /proc/1/limits and parses it for the the limits. So the question ...
You can change the environment variable $DEBIAN_FRONTEND to achieve this: DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive pam-auth-update But be careful, you need to work with debconf to do useful stuff and this can be quite difficult. See for example this bug on launchpad (especially comment #3).
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