New Accounts Unable to Authenticate
I'm experiencing a problem where newly created accounts are unable to authenticate when logging in with a new SSH session - even though I can 'su -' to them from another luser account (password works).
Environment: FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE
This seems to have started around the time I added a new group to /etc/group and assigned it a new group number.
When I looked at the /etc/password entry for new accounts, the uid/gid assignment was out of sync, like this:
(I was using default values (just hitting enter) for the assignment of user/group during the adduser process.)
I thought this might have something to do with it, so I deleted the new accounts (this was only happening for accounts created after the new group 'newgroup' was added). I then deleted the group 'newgroup'. When I then added new users, the gid/uid entries in /etc/password had the same values as I would expect:
... but I still have the same problem with logging in - I can 'su - ' to the new account from a pre-existing (non-root) luser account, but cannot log in fresh with the new user itself.
When I try to log in as the new user, I get 'Access Denied'.
sshd: error: PAM: authentication error for illegal user test1 from 126.96.36.199
Anyone have a clue what's going on here?
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