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There was some corruption in my file system. I just booted system by inserting rescue disk and then checked file system with e2fsck, and restarted the system. This solved my issue.


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I supose the problem is in KrbServiceName. You should using name of principal the same, when you generate keytab file. ktpass /princ HTTP/name.domain@DOMAIN.COM... HTTP/name.domain@DOMAIN.COM - name of principal, which you should using.


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After all, I fixed the problem at least partially. Apparently, yum install fprintd-pam did the trick. Now, I can use the fingerprint reader for sudo authentication and removing a screen lock but not yet for the initial login screen (which I think is quite weird, since the login screen and the screen lock prompt look pretty much the same). Any further ...


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I was able to achieve this using Dovecot's specification for Post-Login scripting. http://wiki2.dovecot.org/PostLoginScripting After once a shell script is run, environmental variables can be used to obtain the user name and IP address. This information is detailed in the link above.


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Back up the config file before making a change; sudo cp /etc/vsftpd.conf /etc/vsftpd.conf.back and then edit vsftpd.conf (with vi or nano) nano /etc/vsftpd.conf Then make the following change pam_service_name=ftp Save your change and restart the ftp server (if you use nano hit CTRL+O & enter to save then CTRL+X to exit) sudo service vsftpd ...


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Back up the config file before making a change; sudo cp /etc/vsftpd.conf /etc/vsftpd.conf.back and then edit vsftpd.conf (with vi or nano) nano /etc/vsftpd.conf Then make the following change pam_service_name=ftp Save your change and restart the ftp server (if you use nano hit CTRL+O & enter to save then CTRL+X to exit) sudo service vsftpd ...


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Maybe AuthLDAPInitialBindAsUser (Apache 2.3.6) can help: Determines if the server does the initial DN lookup using the basic authentication users' own username, instead of anonymously or with hard-coded credentials for the server In combination with AuthLDAPInitialBindPattern, something like this might do the trick (untested): AuthType Basic ...


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smbclient You can use smbclient to print files. I'm able to print via Samba to one of my printers like so: $ smbclient -U <user> //server/printer -c "print <filename>" Example $ smbclient -U sam //bart/mfc-8480dn -c "print hello_printer.txt" Enter sam's password: Domain=[BUBBA] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.33-3.39.el5_8] putting file ...



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