[sudo-users] sudo: pam_authenticate: Module is unknown
vcizek at suse.cz
Mon Apr 23 05:31:08 EDT 2012
* V Pátek 20. duben 2012, 20:32:23 [CEST] Josh Feather napsal:
> Apr 2 13:34:25 hostnameremoved sudo: PAM unable to
> Apr 2 13:34:25 hostnameremoved sudo: PAM [error:
> /lib64/security/pam_unix2.so: undefined symbol: pam_syslog]
> Apr 2 13:34:25 hostnameremoved sudo: PAM adding faulty module:
Hm, pam_unix2 can't find pam_syslog symbol.
This could be caused by pam_unix2.so not being linked against libpam.
Is your system (or pam-modules package) up to date?
> On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Vitezslav Cizek <vcizek at suse.cz> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > * V Pátek 20. duben 2012, 19:32:47 [CEST] Josh Feather napsal:
> > > I have a SLES10SP2 OS that will not allow local users to authenticate
> > sudo.
> > > We use the Vintella VAS plugin to auth logins via Active Directory and it
> > > is working to auth sudo, but whenever a local user attempts to sudo
> > > anything, they get "sudo: pam_authenticate: Module is unknown". Anyone
> > seen
> > > this ... have an idea how to resolve it?
> > >
> > That looks like there is a broken module in your pam configuration for
> > sudo.
> > (Eg. a module that is required during sudo pam transaction, but
> > non-existent/broken in the system)
> > Isn't anything related in your /var/log/messages?
> > --
> > Vita Cizek
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