Login / Su / Passwd Issues
Wed Apr 26 18:02:00 GMT 2006
This is my configure settings btw, if it helps any.
--disable-profile --disable-debug --without-gd \
>From: Steven Newbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: Login / Su / Passwd Issues
>Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 18:44:51 +0100 (BST)
>It does sound like an NSS issue. Have you set up your nsswitch.conf?
>--- email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > This isnt a crosstool specific question, but I thought that you might be
> > people to ask.
> > I've started doing a port of slackware to the jornada sh3, mostly just
> > fun. I've compiled all needed programs for booting a linux system, but
> > having one major issue.
> > I cannot login (doesnt accept any password, and editing /etc/passwd
> > make any difference).
> > If i startup the machine using init=/bin/bash i have access to the
> > and can do everything aside from su, login, passwd and chown. When i try
> > chown a file to root:root it just gives me "cannot find user". Su just
> > me "sorry". Passwd returns, cannot see your UID (when doing id, it
> > uid=0, gid=0 which should be same as root).
> > I've found a thread where a missing libnss* gave give similiar issues,
> > my question is this. As it seems that its unlikely that the problem lies
> > the login program itself or /etc/passwd. Where should I start to look?
> > From what i've heard slackware doesnt use pam, could this influence
> > anything?..
> > Are there any specific glibc parameters i should consider?
> > Best wishes
> > Kristoffer
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