1) from the user account :
#opiepasswd -c -n 2
I put 2 for the initial sequence number just to see what would happen to the user when he reaches 0
Entered my passphrase, got the seed and got the first response.
2) I didn't touch the /etc/pam.d/login but noticed that it didn't contain any reference to opie (/etc/pam.d/ssh does have some).
3) After exiting the current session, I got : login : alpha otp-md5 2 he201 Password:
I think I tried my regular Unix password first and it worked. I logged out and this time I used the response computed by my external s/key calculator. It worked well and I was logged in... nice !
4) So I repeated that process until I reached 0.
5) Now this is what I get : login: alpha otp-md5 -1 (null) ext Password:
I now my s/key password has expired so I put in my Unix password and received a nice :
FreeBSD/i386 (local) (ttyv0)
login: Jan 19 22:08:25 local kernel: pid 613 (login), uid 0:exited on signal 11 (core dumped)
6) I though it was some kind of security mecanism so I logged back on my root account.
7) Trying to disable OPIE login for alpha using the following command :
#opiepasswd -d alpha
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
local# Jan 19 22:10:06 local kernel: pid 627 (opiepasswd), uid 0: exited on signal 11 (core dumped)
I also tried opipasswd -c alpha to recreate OPIE keys for alpha but I received the same segmentation fault.
a) how did OPIE worked in the first place with no mention to it in /etc/pam.d/login ?
b) why do I get a segmentation fault ?
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