Comment 12 for bug 570944

gmoore777 (guy-moore) wrote :

I have interleaved the information, removed the timestamps and substituted DOMAIN\first.last for the actual:

$ passwd
Changing password for DOMAIN\first.last

        passwd[30381]: pam_unix(passwd:chauthtok): user "DOMAIN\first.last" does not exist in /etc/passwd
        passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): getting password (0x00000028)

(current) NT password:
        passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): user 'DOMAIN\first.last' granted access
        passwd[30381]: pam_unix(passwd:chauthtok): user "DOMAIN\first.last" does not exist in /etc/passwd
        passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): getting password (0x00000000)
Enter new NT password:
Retype new NT password:
passwd: password updated successfully
         passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): user 'DOMAIN\first.last' OK
         passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): user 'DOMAIN\first.last' password changed
         passwd[30381]: pam_winbind(passwd:chauthtok): user 'DOMAIN\first.last' granted access
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: gp11_module_get_slots: assertion `data->funcs' failed
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: lookup_login_session: assertion `slot' failed
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: lookup_login_keyring: assertion `GP11_IS_SESSION (session)' failed
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: create_credential: assertion `GP11_IS_SESSION (session)' failed
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: egg_error_message: assertion `error' failed
         gnome-keyring-daemon[30390]: couldn't create new login credential: (unknown)
         passwd[30381]: gkr-pam: couldn't change password for the login keyring: the passwords didn't match.
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and the password has changed via a test of `ssh`-ing into any Linux machine.