Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 624830
Virtual Terminal login with smartcard: Should throw useful error message when userid mis-matches
Last modified: 2015-01-04 18:43:38 EST
Description of problem:
Virtual Terminal login with smartcard: Should throw useful error message when userid mis-matches.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[tester@dhcp231-173 ~]$ rpm -q authconfig pam_pkcs11 gdm
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Authentication is configured as:
Use smart card: ON Enforce smart card: ON Log out behaviour configured to:
Activate screen saver.
2. A smart card is enrolled for this user.
3. Remove smart card from the hook and restart the desktop.
4. User logs in using the tty virtual terminal screen e.g. <ctrl> + <alt> +
<F2>. User types something random at the login prompt.
5. The user is prompted for their smart card pin. Type correct pin.
"ERROR: pam_pkcs11.c:537: no valid certificate which meets all requirements found, Login incorrect." and Login prompt is re-displayed.
Should filter out this error message and add something more useful.
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If we waant this one I can reprioritize other bugs.
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