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  1. #1
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    One-Time Password solution that actually works (on 12.04)?

    Hi all,

    I am looking for some OTP package that actually works for my Ubuntu 12.04, needing it so I can log into office VPN.

    There is a "pin number" that is only known to me and my system admin, which I need to enter each time I'm trying to generate an OTP.

    I've tried the "otp" package, but can't figure out how to make it work. More specifically I can't figure out how to input the pin number. Anyone got any idea? Or any alternative solutions? Thanks!

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    Re: One-Time Password solution that actually works (on 12.04)?

    *BUMP*

    Would be really surprised if there is no working OTP solution on Linux currently at all...

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    Re: One-Time Password solution that actually works (on 12.04)?

    our two-factor authentication server has .debs for Ubuntu for both our opensource Community or Enterprise editions. We also have a bunch of how-tos for adding two-factor authentication to servers using pam for SSH. Please see http://www.wikidsystems.com. Here's doc on pam radius & Ubuntu: http://www.wikidsystems.com/support/...erm=pam+ubuntu

    HTH,

    Nick

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