Ok, I finally figured out what was going on. Thanks to
Brian Scanlan for
mentionally pam modules. I found the following line in my
pam.conf that was
causing the problem:
other password required /usr/lib/security/pam_sso.so.1
I have no idea when this got added. Almost everyone
doing a truss. Unfortunately, it did not show the opening
of the passwd command. Very weird, but it works now.
> When I login from the console on our Solaris 7 box. I run
> the command for
> passwd it responds with the following:
> passwd: Changing password for root
> Permission denied
> The permissions on passwd are as follows:
> 224 -r-sr-sr-x 1 root sys 99792 Oct 12 15:05
> this command works just fine on our other Solaris 7 box.
> Any ideas?
> Will summarize.
> Travis A. Zadikem
> Senior Network Engineer
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> some of the other operating systems actually work.
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