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Hi, I'm running Suse 10 and have domain authentication working correctly via samba+winbind+kerberos. I can log on via ssh as administrator of the domain or locally via console. I've added ...
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    sudo problem


    Hi,
    I'm running Suse 10 and have domain authentication working correctly via samba+winbind+kerberos. I can log on via ssh as administrator of the domain or locally via console. I've added the following line to sudoers:

    Code:
    administrator   ALL=(ALL) ALL
    but I still can't "sudo su". I get the message:

    Code:
    sudo: pam_authenticate: User not known to the underlying authentication module

    I've checked the pam for sudo and it references the four common-* files which ssh and login also use so this should just work.

    This all works on another gentoo machine.

    What have I missed?

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    Did you check /etc/pam.d/sudo file?

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