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> You might also check your PAM configuration.  Make sure is 
> in all the following entries:
> auth
> account
> password
> session
I've got a /etc/pam.d directory
I've got it in system_auth.
One of the people I work with has seen this before when they set some 
systems up. These were systems that previously had local passwords. 
These systems were previously set up for a seminar, then shipped to the 
attendees. I have 2 brand new 4-CPU quad xeon systems that I need to set 
up next week. If they work correctly, I'll try to compare some files. 

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Associate Director
Boston Linux and Unix

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