[Bug 303458] [NEW] segfault in pam_smbpass.so

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Mon Dec 1 18:04:46 GMT 2008

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lsb_release -rd:
Description:	Ubuntu 8.10
Release:	8.10

I'm using Ubuntu Intreprid Ibex AMD64, and have all updates installed.
I have samba and libpam-smbpass installed with the last version.

But, If I try to use sudo in a terminal, it ask me my password ans then crash with a segmentation fault.
All is similar to the bug #260687, but I have the folder /var/lib/samba

So, I habe open a terminal with 2 tabs :
1: executing tail -f /var/log/*.log
2: executing sudo apt-get update

I got this in the first tab :
Nov 29 15:45:44 zUbuntu kernel: [14002.485973] sudo[8365]: segfault at 0 ip 00007f619a412d6c sp 00007fffa434aa50 error 4 in pam_smbpass.so[7f619a3ab000+149000]

( ip and sp value changed each time ).

If I remove the libpam-smbpass package, all work fine ( else I have no shares ).
I have try to remove with --purge and re-install, but same result.

** Affects: samba (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

segfault in pam_smbpass.so
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