On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 23:48:18 -0700 (PDT) Chris Pugh wrote:
>> 4.) Have a look in the file your syslog store
>> messages of type 'mail.*'
> Been looking at those. Deliberately put incorrect
> info in the telnet login, and I get the expected
> messages in the mail log,
OK, so logging in general works.
> Get it right, and nothing seems to be updated in the
> logs at all, just get the '-ERR authorization failed'
> on the command line. This should be a clue I suppose.
A clue that vpopmail or qmail-popup fails after authenticating
>>5.) If nothing thelps I'd
>> printf "<UserName>\0<Password>\0QWERTZUIOP\0" | \
>> strace -s 4096 -f -o /tmp/vchkpw.log \
>> /home/vpopmail/bin/vchkpw /bin/true 3<&0; \
>> echo "Return: $?"
> Return: 0, is the answer I get.
So both, authentication and execution of '/bin/true', returned
>>/tmp/vchkpw.log' where the check
> Contains stuff I don't understand! Example below:
I'll need everyting to _probably_ be able figuring out what might be
Keep in mind this file logs your username+password additionally to
what's read from 'vpasswd.cdb', so before providing a complete file
create a dummy domain and a dummy account and test with these data.
Alternatively you can think about trusting me and sending this
strace-log privately :-) Just don't spread your real data on this list,
it's archived :-)