After entering an incorrect password at a login prompt, there s an approximately 3-second delay. How can I change that on a Linux system with PAM?
Moving a tried-and-true vsftpd configuration onto a new server with Fedora 16, I ran into a problem. All seems to go as it should, but user authentication fails. I cannot find any entry in any log that indicates what happened.
I need to allow user
martin to switch to user
martin-test without password
I’m trying to force a newly created user to change a password at the first time login using ssh. For security reasons I want to give him a secure password until he logs in for the first time. I did the following so far:
This question became important to me, since I’m setting up a Horde environment and want to use the system accounts. Doing some search I found mainly 4 ways of doing that, which all seem to have some drawbacks. Now I’m wondering, which one is most secure or if I’m missing some alternatives.
XDG_RUNTIME_DIR is necessary for
systemctl --user to work.