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Thanks for our German friends from https://forum.ubuntuusers.de/topic/pam-so-konfigurieren-dass-lokale-user-nicht-am/. The solution is: # Allow local user or LDAP user from admin group account sufficient pam_localuser.so account required pam_ldap.so
Any special characters in your password, like @, $, or ! ? It looks like coda isn't handling them correctly. Try a simpler password first, then I'd recommend using public keys. http://noscope.com/2012/08/make-your-ssh-keys-work-in-coda-2/
I got the same problem this morning but the server authenticates users against Active Directory. Turns out the user's domain password had expired.
The man page for pam_exec explains that the module provides $PAM_USER, not $USER: the following PAM items are exported as environment variables: PAM_RHOST, PAM_RUSER, PAM_SERVICE, PAM_TTY, PAM_USER and PAM_TYPE [...] On my Debian based system I added this line just before the entry for pam_motd # Run a script on login session optional ...
You need to use: AuthenticationMethods publickey keyboad-interactive without a comma between publickey and keyboard-interactive.
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