I am using Red Hat 6 (for testing purpose) and configure samba with active directory.Red Hat 6 has successfully join with my windows server 2003 domain. By typing the command
[root@mainserver /] # net ads join -U Administrator Enter Administrator's password using short domain name - - PDC join 'MAINSERVER' to dns domain 'pdc.local' [root@mainserver /] #
By this command
I can see all users which are created in my windows server 2003.
When I type the command
[root@mainserver /] # wbinfo -a test % password Enter test's password: plaintext password authentication succeeded Enter test's password: Challenge/response password authentication succeeded [root@mainserver /]
it also successfully update the password. Well I did all these configuration from a web site
I have done my working till "Step 6 joining the domain " according to the web site and it did successfully
There is a step "Edit the PAM settings" .In my Red Hat 6 I can not see these following files
/etc/pam.d/common-account /etc/pam.d/common-auth /etc/pam.d/common-password /etc/pam.d/common-session
All these are for Ubuntu/Debian server.
My question is in Red Hat these configuration file are not available but may be it is available with other name inside
Please just highlight the file?
2- My second question is what is the purpose of these files inside /etc/pam.d ?