> I think you can't just copy the path from the howto.
> You should sure where is the openvpn-auth-pam.so module. From the log message
> the server can't find this module in this path.
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First, try increasing the verbosity to a number grater or equal than 7.
Then the auth-pam plugin will be much more verbose with you. Then take a
look at the logs, they will surely help you. If not, then try creating a
separate service entry for openvpn in the /etc/pam.d directory,
pointing to system-auth. And thirdly you might want to take a look an a
plugin i developed for openvpn that authenticate users from shadow:
Try it if you are authenticating plain unix users. If you are using pam
to authenticate users on an ldap directory, or nis, then keep using the
auth-pam plugin. If all of above doesn't solve your situation, then
paste your log here (with verbosity grater or equal to 7).
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