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From: Ferdinand Schmid (fschmid_at_archenergy.com)
Date: Thu Aug 08 2002 - 14:37:38 CDT
I am noticing that the su command fails after using yast2 (curses based
version) to configure security. It appears that the file permissions ->
paranoid selection breaks su.
One problem that I easily found is that it changes the permissions for
/etc/login.defs to 600, which appears to prevent anybody but root to login.
But even after fixing those perms to 644 I can't use su anymore. I
can't even su to another regular user. /etc/pam.d/su doesn't appear to
be the problem.
-- Ferdinand Schmid Architectural Energy Corporation Celebrating 20 Years of Improving Building Energy Performance http://www.archenergy.com
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