Oddly enough, I¹m using CentOS, but it doesn¹t work. I believe it¹s
something in my DS config, but I can¹t seem to figure out what. Any other
places to look?
On 2/21/09 8:23 AM, "John A. Sullivan III"
On Fri, 2009-02-20 at 15:24 -0700, Aaron Mills wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I¹m looking for some direction with regard to implementing password
> > policy in unix authentication. I followed the ppolicy instructions
> > here:
> > http://directory.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Howto:PAM
> > In the UI, I¹ve enabled password policy in the database, then on the
> > relevant subtree. I¹ve enabled password aging, history, and
> > alphanumeric standards. But it looks like Fedora DS is still letting
> > me change my password to anything, and doesn¹t maintain a history.
> > Clearly I¹m missing something. I¹ve checked out google and some of the
> > list history to no avail. Is there another doc I should take a look
> > at, or has anyone run into this?
> > Thanks,
> > -Aaron
Hi, Aaron. I'm no expert on this and am struggling to figure it out
myself however I did find I had to tweak the order of pam modules in
Ubuntu. If I recall correctly, CentOS worked out of the box. I know
that's not a clear answer but I hope it sparks you to find a solution.
Please post your results as I'd like to know. Thanks - John
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