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From: Ivan Grover (ivangrvr299gmail.com)
Date: Tue Mar 03 2009 - 23:09:17 CST
Thanks for your valuable inputs. The PAM module information is not yet clear
for me. The pam_unix, which i debugged was from Linux-PAM-0.78 (www.*linux*
I think the libraries too belong to the same library. I apologize� if i
asked this query to wrong forum.
Currently i dont see any issues with crypt library as you have suggested. I
will plan to upgrade the PAM library and see how it goes.
Thanks a lot
On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 5:32 PM, Dag-Erling Smørgrav <desdes.no> wrote:
> Ivan Grover <ivangrvr299gmail.com> writes:
> > I debugged pam_unix aswell, it looks like crypt function is giving
> > different strings for telnet and my application with same passwd
> > string and salt. So i think the issue could be with crypt library
> > linked telnet and my application.
> > please let me know your thoughts
> There's not much I can say (or think) since you still haven't told me
> what you upgraded *from* and *to*, but I doubt very much that there is
> anything wrong with crypt(). The only two possibilities I can think of
> are a) your application calls set_crypt_format() with an incorrect
> argument, or b) your application contains an alternate (incorrect)
> implementation of crypt(), or is linked to a library that does.
> Dag-Erling Smørgrav - desdes.no
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