So, we upgraded to Solaris 2.6 (sparc) and installed the recommended
in.ftpd (running out of inetd) continuously complains about
If /etc/pam.conf is not writable by group (but readable by just root, or
root and group or everybody, or writable by root but not group,
whatever) then it spits out this message when someone quits:
May 23 14:28:57 rigel ftpd: open_pam_conf: stat(/etc/pam.conf)
failed: No such file or directory
And if /etc/pam.conf is mode 660 or 664 (writable by group) it sees
something different and spits out this message when someone logs in:
May 23 14:30:40 rigel ftpd: open_pam_conf: /etc/pam.conf writable
but no message when someone quits.
Could someone share their experience with pam? Everything seems to work,
but these messages are annoying. Thanks. Best regards.