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    Default [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    after installed op 12.3, i setup vsftp using yast . but when i try to login, i getting error login incorrect, login failed. with any user i created
    i didn't get such issue with previous op before. the setting is always the same.

    can someone help me?

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    Quote Originally Posted by kobolds1 View Post
    after installed op 12.3, i setup vsftp using yast . but when i try to login, i getting error login incorrect, login failed. with any user i created
    i didn't get such issue with previous op before. the setting is always the same.

    can someone help me?
    Same problem here.

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    Quote Originally Posted by kobolds1 View Post
    after installed op 12.3, i setup vsftp using yast . but when i try to login, i getting error login incorrect, login failed. with any user i created
    i didn't get such issue with previous op before. the setting is always the same.

    can someone help me?
    I had simular problem after upgrading from 12.1 to 12.3. Had to reinstall my clone just to get my 12.1 back.
    Mike

    AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 435 Processor, (RAM): 8.0 GiB, openSUSE Leap 42.2, (x86_64)
    KDE: 4.10, ATI Radeon HD Graphics

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    i check the log message show

    PAM audit_log_acct_message() failed: Operation not permitted

    I google and found the problem reported before. I tried the solution suggested but it doesn't work

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    > op 12.3

    hey ko,
    do you mean to type "openSUSE 12.3"?

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    Build vsftpd from last source and it will login with local user.

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    Question Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    Quote Originally Posted by triggerZ View Post
    Build vsftpd from last source and it will login with local user.
    How can I get the last build from vsftpd?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    On 2013-03-26 20:36, helmut-73 wrote:
    >
    > triggerZ;2539425 Wrote:
    >> Build vsftpd from last source and it will login with local user.


    I hope this is reported on Bugzilla.

    > How can I get the last build from vsftpd?


    Use the package search feature at the opensuse.org site.

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    Download vsftpd source code from https://security.appspot.com/vsftpd.html
    Unpack
    Make
    Copy new vsftpd executable to /usr/sbin
    That's all

    I have openSuse 12.3 64 and I had to change slightly file vsf_findlibs.sh in sources root
    it can't find libcap library at 64bit system

    was :
    # Look for libcap (capabilities)
    if locate_library /lib/libcap.so.1; then
    echo "/lib/libcap.so.1";
    elif locate_library /lib/libcap.so.2; then
    echo "/lib/libcap.so.2";
    else
    locate_library /usr/lib/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    locate_library /lib/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    locate_library /lib64/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    fi


    need :
    # Look for libcap (capabilities)
    if locate_library /lib64/libcap.so.1; then
    echo "/lib64/libcap.so.1";
    elif locate_library /lib64/libcap.so.2; then
    echo "/lib64/libcap.so.2";
    else
    locate_library /usr/lib64/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    locate_library /lib64/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    locate_library /lib64/libcap.so && echo "-lcap";
    fi

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    Default Re: [op12.3] unable to login vsftp

    On 2013-03-27 13:56, triggerZ wrote:
    > was :
    > # Look for libcap (capabilities)
    > if locate_library /lib/libcap.so.1; then
    > echo "/lib/libcap.so.1";


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