On Fri, 01-Mar-2002 at 17:09:31 +0000, Anthony Staines wrote:
> Originally running OpenSSH2.1.1 under Redhat 7.0
> Upgraded to OpenSSH 3.0.2
>> Nothing else changed
Any chance that something happened to /etc/pam.d/ssh in the upgrade
process? For example, if 2.1.1 had been installed from RPM, and you
removed it, and then installed 3.0.2 from source, you would no longer have
Without this file (or with an incorrect one), no password you type is ever
going to work.
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