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Re: Problem with ipop3d and pam_mysql
From: Joe Lewis (joejoe-lewis.com)
Date: Thu Mar 04 2004 - 16:59:23 CST
I think Andy's just authenticating against MySQL (something I do on some
of the test boxes I play with).
Andy: I would first ensure that the application is authenticating using
the proper module (i.e. first check that there aren't multiple
pam_mysql.so modules around and that the module is "getting installed"
to the wrong place). You may very well have a module that is configured
for using debug, but just doesn't get loaded.
Aaron Konstam wrote:
>On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 10:47:31PM +0100, firstcon wrote:
>>i've got a problem with ipo3d and pam_mysql on Redhat 9.
>>I've compiled and installed pam_mysql 0.5 sucessfully.
>>I put those three lines to /etc/pam.d/pop:
>I know that I revealing my ignorance. But what does ipop3d (a mail
>service) have to do with mysql?
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