KDE 3.4 - unlock session problem- GOT IT :)
joro at abacustrade.com
Wed Mar 2 00:48:56 GMT 2005
So (again) the problem was me ..
I had an old kde-unstable folder in the this user home.
Even i changed the PATH to point to the new KDE3.4-RC1 , for some reason it
take the kcheckpass from kde-unstable folder(which is not suid).
I gues the problem was that old variable in env.
So i removed this old cvs build and now everything is OK.
Thank you for your help and sorry i wasted your time .
На вторник, 1 март 2005 10:47 Georgi Ivanov пише:
> The attributes of kcheckpass are OK.
> Here :
> # ls -l /opt/kde3.4-RC1/bin/kcheckpass
> -rwsr-sr-x 1 root root 18165 2005-02-28 12:59
> And it authorizes me without a problem.
> So i guess it's not the kcheckpass that authorizes me ...
> На понеделник, 28 февруари 2005 10:08 Jes Hall пише:
> > Have you actually tested to check that kcheckpass is authenticating you?
> > It needs to be owned by root and setuid root (chown root.root kcheckpass;
> > chmod +s kcheckpass)
> > Try running kcheckpass in konsole, and then typing in the password for
> > that user. If it says authentication failure please check your
> > permissions.
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