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Old 30th April 2010, 11:46
moiseev.igor moiseev.igor is offline
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Hi Till! Than you for reply.

The problem is that NO SENSE to look for the /etc/shadow because even for the same password the encrypted string differs (it adds randomness during the encryption). So the exactness fails always!

After modifications to /etc/shadow does not work the standard linux authentication, gives the password error for some users.

I saw ispconfig doesn't use passwd/usermod/useradd functions to modify the user data (name/password/shell), it implements adhoc functions in php. Is there any restrictions, some default action that the php perfrom, when for example the password is shorter then some number characters??
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