root login failure - new build - SUN

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    Hi all, I have just installed Solaris 10/U3 on a new v240. I installed
    the Entire distribution including OEM support so nothing should be
    missing. However I cannot login, even as root. Whenever I enter root on
    the system console I get the following message

    onfire1 console login: root
    Jan 18 11:55:44 onfire1 login: open_module:
    /usr/lib/security/pam_authtok_get.so
    ..1 failed: ld.so.1: login: fatal: libnss3.so: open failed: No such file
    or direc
    tory
    Jan 18 11:55:44 onfire1 login: load_modules: can not open module
    /usr/lib/securi
    ty/pam_authtok_get.so.1

    Has anyone seen this problem before and if so how can I fix it.

    Thx

    Rob


  2. Re: root login failure - new build

    OK, an update, tried reinstalling with 1 change to previous install,
    this time said no to enabling remote services and this time didnt get
    the error and can log in correctly.
    KiwiSpud wrote:
    > Hi all, I have just installed Solaris 10/U3 on a new v240. I installed
    > the Entire distribution including OEM support so nothing should be
    > missing. However I cannot login, even as root. Whenever I enter root on
    > the system console I get the following message
    >
    > onfire1 console login: root
    > Jan 18 11:55:44 onfire1 login: open_module:
    > /usr/lib/security/pam_authtok_get.so
    > .1 failed: ld.so.1: login: fatal: libnss3.so: open failed: No such file
    > or direc
    > tory
    > Jan 18 11:55:44 onfire1 login: load_modules: can not open module
    > /usr/lib/securi
    > ty/pam_authtok_get.so.1
    >
    > Has anyone seen this problem before and if so how can I fix it.
    >
    > Thx
    >
    > Rob



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