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Description of problem:
Attempts to login using a NIS/YP account return an error message that states
that the account is expired.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Configure Red Hat 7.2.92 as a NIS/YP client.
2.Login using a NIS/YP account.
Actual Results: This is logged in /var/log/secure:
Mar 21 16:20:02 hostname login: User account has expired
Also, the user login is rejected.
Expected Results: The user should be able to login.
This may or may not be a pam problem. It could be a ypbind problem. I suggest
pam, because I executed strace against a login process to record the system
calls that the login process makes when a NIS user login fails. I noticed in
the output serveral references to pam.
Please note that local user accounts are able to login.
In both cases (NIS and local) I am using shadow password without MD5 encryption.
No account expiration has been set in either case. I also tested by setting an
expiration date in the future. The login still failed.
Same here. The same configuration works fine with 7.2.
I'm using plain crypt, no MD5. NIS doesn't use shadow passwords.
Downgrading ypbind to the 7.2 version didn't help.
So I also downgraded to pam-0.75-19 from the 7.2 updates. Still the same message.
I then went back to the original 7.2 version (0.75-14). Now I didn't get account
expired but FAILED LOGIN. However, IIRC this version had pam issues.
This report is too old. Please retest with current Fedora Core releases.