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Re: two password prompts under Solaris 9

what pam.conf do you have?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Brian K. Jones" <jonesy@CS.Princeton.EDU>
To: "ldap list" <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
Cc: <jonesy@CS.Princeton.EDU>
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 7:10 PM
Subject: two password prompts under Solaris 9

> Hi all. 
> Found only a single one-article thread on this via google. Thought
> someone might have a clue here. 
> I have a solaris 9 client which is finally working in authenticating
> users using LDAP. I can shoot back an 'Xnest' session to my Linux
> desktop and log in and see all the pretty stuff go by in my slapd logs. 
> However, if I enter the wrong password into the dtlogin screen, I'm
> prompted again, this time for 'LDAP Password'. 
> Initially, I had pam.conf set up to use pam_ldap with the
> 'try_first_pass' argument, and I switched it to 'use_first_pass' as per
> the man page or something else I read, but I still get this. 
> What I'd like (naturally) is for the user to be prompted for a password,
> and if it's wrong, just be told that it's wrong, 'try again'. 
> Any hints appreciated.