[PC-BSD Testing] Setting /bin/bash as default shell for new user in TrueOS

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.org
Thu Feb 13 17:18:34 PST 2014


On 02/12/2014 13:51, Ilya Bakulin wrote:
> Hi list,
> today I've tried to install TrueOS 10.0. Installation (Host system:
> FreeBSD 9.1 + VirtualBox headless) went just fine, I selected "Install
> TrueOS" and created a user, assigning "/bin/bash" as the default shell.
> However after rebooting into the newly installed system I could not
> log in via SSH, even using the right password (all of sudden! :-D)
>
> Feb 12 18:45:59 mmctest sshd[13818]: error: PAM: authentication error
> for illegal user kibab from 192.168.56.1
>
> The problem was solved by setting the default shell to
> /usr/locakl/bin/bash manually.
>
> Please correct the installer -- seems that it doesn't know that [at
> least] TrueOS doesn't have /bin/bash.
>
> -- 
> Ilya
>
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Thanks for catching that, fixed!

https://github.com/pcbsd/pcbsd/commit/8215229cc37f329a8dee86a71768aca5a92ff946


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Kris Moore
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