Hello everyone, I am running Fedora Core 5 on a Dell Dimension dual core processor system. I did an yum update on Sunday afternoon and it updated several packages (62, I think). I rebooted the system because one of the packages was a new kernel. Now I can't login as anyone except root. When I boot to the previous (known good) kernel, I get the same errors. When I try to login via the graphical login, I get an authentication failed error and these messages in /var/log/messages pam_winbind: request failed, but PAM error 0! pam_winbind: internal module error (retval=3, user = 'username') login: Couldn't set acct. mgmt for username and it dumps me back to the initial login screen. When I try to login as my regular user from command line (non-X mode, like from a virtual terminal), I get the following error messages in /var/log/messages pam_winbind: request failed, but PAM error 0! pam_winbind: internal module error (retval=3, user = 'username') login: Error in service module and it dumps me back to the initial login screen. I have tried to search for these problems and error messages, but all I can find is some vague references to samba. Now samba was one of the packages updated, but I can't figure out what is wrong with it. I would really appreciate any assistance that I can get with this problem. -- Doug Registered Linux User #285548 (http://counter.li.org) ---------------------------------------- Random Thought: Programming Department: Mistakes made while you wait.