sudo-1.6.3p5 on FreeBSD- and s/key
skafte at trollkarl.net
Sat Dec 2 13:45:31 EST 2000
ok .... I can do that, but then the user only has s/key access.
what I'm trying to do is give it the same behaviour as my other
s/keyed applications for example:
-if I logon on to the console of the box I can use either
s/key or unix passwords.
-if I'm behind the firewall I can use can use either
s/key or unix passwds
-if i'm comming across the VPN or a dialup I can only
use s/key passwds.
Similarily for ftp it's both port and location dependant on
when I need to use s/key. Which is where the call to skeyaccess(3)
comes in, which reads the skey.access(5) file to determine whether
a unix passwd is permited or not.
So I guess this now falls in the catagory of feature request
Quoting Todd C. Miller (Todd.Miller at courtesan.com)
On Subject: Re: sudo-1.6.3p5 on FreeBSD- and s/key
Date: Sat, Dec 02, 2000 at 09:37:46AM -0700
> Enabing skey doesn't disable normal passwords. If that's what you
> want you need to add the --without-passwd to your configure args.
> - todd
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