On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 04:40:48PM +0000, Charles Hedrick wrote:
Sometime around Centos 7.5, pam auth was changed to skip pam_unix
except for local accounts. The goal was to allow pam_sss to give multiple prompts for
This is nice in principle, but we’re having to back out. I thought sss maintainers and
other might want to know why.
We use FreeOTP for all systems staff and some users. Two prompts work fine for sshd and
other things where Redhat is responsible for maintenance. But it fails for everything
else. Examples: X2Go, Xrdp, Jupyterhub, Zeppelin, anything using LDAP authentication.
Indeed pretty much every web application or commercial applications that need to
It appears that at this point, at least in our environment, it’s not practical to use any
authentication that requires multiple prompts.
jfyi, I'm currently working on making the prompting more configurable/flexible.
You can find my WIP design page at
Comments and suggestions are welcome.
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