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    Default openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    Webyast not work. After login in webyst, i have the following problem;

    This is embarrassing....

    We are sorry, but there are some problems.
    Problem:

    No such file or directory - /sbin/unix2_chkpwd
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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    Hi, I saw this too. Searched Yast's Softwaremanager for "unix2_chkpwd" with all options on. The program is in the "pam-modules" package. Install it.
    BTW, this did not bring a working situation yet. Trying to find out what's going wrong, it seems to be a webyast permission issue.
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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Hi, I saw this too. Searched Yast's Softwaremanager for "unix2_chkpwd" with all options on. The program is in the "pam-modules" package. Install it.
    BTW, this did not bring a working situation yet. Trying to find out what's going wrong, it seems to be a webyast permission issue.
    After install "pam-modules" the problem remains the same.
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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    On 2013-03-18 21:46, Knurpht wrote:
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    > Hi, I saw this too. Searched Yast's Softwaremanager for "unix2_chkpwd"
    > with all options on. The program is in the "pam-modules" package.
    > Install it.


    Ah, then you should report in Bugzilla that a needed package was not
    installed.

    > BTW, this did not bring a working situation yet. Trying to find out
    > what's going wrong, it seems to be a webyast permission issue.


    Is the file "/sbin/unix2_chkpwd" at that location or is it somewhere
    else now?

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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    Reporting BugZilla - bug 810336
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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    Does any one knows if there is a solution yet ??

    got exactly same problem in here , seems like a reported bug but cant find any solution for it

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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    On 2013-05-09 16:56, mbi0 wrote:
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    > Does any one knows if there is a solution yet ??
    >
    > got exactly same problem in here , seems like a reported bug but cant
    > find any solution for it


    Report on the same bugzilla that you are also affected. When more people
    insist on a problem, more chances of attention you get.


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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    I had this problem too.
    What I did was to paste the missing file path in Google. After that I figured out that the file was in the package ´pam-modules´. I only had to (re)install pam-modules from the opensuse repo!

    Sorry for bad English, I am from The Netherlands

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    Exclamation Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    If one were to look in the /sbin directory they might realize that there is no such animal named unix2_chkpwd... but there is a unix_chkpwd that works just fine.
    So it must be an install script typo... where it is I don't know, but whomever does please post how we can edit the file it created.
    i.e.; Where is the file that is looking for unix2 ghosts?

    Also worthy of mention since these pages brought me here...
    These pages are fubar too: (Don't make me go Linus on you!)
    openSUSE:WebYaST Installation/Configuration - openSUSE
    openSUSE:WebYaST Installation - openSUSE

    Code:
    rcyastwc restart
    should be:

    Code:
    service webyast restart
    ...on both pages.


    This lovely tidbit is at the bottom of the latter page:
    Start HTTP server

    We can run web-client as any user. To run the web-client server from the command line, enter
    Code:
    cd yast-web-client/webclient
    script/server -p 54984
    Should Be:

    Code:
    cd yast-web-client/webclient
    script/server -p 4984
    And ditch the IANA comment too.

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    Default Re: openSUSE 12.3 and WebYaST

    On 2013-10-11 08:16, rjbradlow wrote:
    > If one were to look in the /sbin directory they might realize that there
    > is no such animal named unix*2*_chkpwd... but there is a
    > -unix_chkpwd- that works just fine.
    > So it must be an install script typo... where it is I don't know, but
    > whomever does please post how we can edit the file it created.


    Please post all that in Bugzilla.

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