However, whenever I try to login, I only get back to the login screen.
I tried ood@localhost, as well as other users (myself) that work fine with SSH on that box.
Whenever I enter the username by itself, it tells me “Failed to map user”, which is expected.
I’m sure I’m missing a small critical piece of this process.
The Apache module is installed as mod_authnz_pam.
And the HTTP service gives me error messages like this: Jun 01 11:12:58 log01 httpd: pam_unix(ood:auth): check pass; user unknown Jun 01 11:12:58 log01 httpd: pam_unix(ood:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=48 euid=48 tty= ruser= rhost=10.17.0.186
Does it think that the ood user is UID 48? It isn’t. What am I missing ?
Thanks for that info. The actual issue I am experiencing is that authentication is not working at all for the moment. For now, I am trying to log in as the default ood user. This user has no SSH password set in the system, but the ood user exists. I try to log into the newly created system as “ood@localhost” with the default “password” as the pw, but I just get returned to the login screen. Not sure what I could be missing.
This is BEFORE trying to configure PAM for authentication.
If I add the PAM configuration and reload the portal,
I get a login screen, but cannot authenticate.
Just looking to allow the ood user to login to the dashboard for now.
I’m sure I’m missing something, just don’t know what it could be.