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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
We are having an issue with an application that manages our user id/passwds. Because pam gives a bunch af text like this:
You can now choose the new password.
A valid password should be a mix of upper and lower case letters,
digits, and other characters. You can use an 8 character long
password with characters from all of these classes. An upper
case letter that begins the password and a digit that ends it do
not count towards the number of character classes used.
Alternatively, if noone else can see your terminal now, you can
pick this as your password: "crowd;beam!Amazon".
Enter new password:
The program is fialing to change the passwords.
Is there an easy way to stop this?
Can I turn of PAM short term to test to verify this is actualy causing the problem?
What files are controling this behavior?