pam_chauthtok(): error in service module
I installed FreeBSD 7.0 and rebooted.
When I was prompted, I typed in the root password I had entered during installation.
It said it was the wrong password. I retried carefully.
I rebooted in single user mode and used the passwd command.
It prompted me for a password and to retype it, but then it gave me this error:
passwd: pam_chauthtok(): error in service module
What the heck does that mean? How can I set the root password if passwd doesn't work? Can I hand edit /etc/master.passwd and enter an encrypted password from another system? Does everyone have this problem?
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