The Details may indicate file data (or the file itself) is missing, for example:
The user name does not exist in /etc/passwdThis means that an account database entry in /etc/passwd is corrupted or the file itself is missing. ``Security-related files'' contains a list of critical files accessed by the Account Manager. Follow these steps to solve the problem:
This will list any missing database files.
authck will regenerate the Protected Password database entry for root (/tcb/files/auth/r/root) and any other users it finds missing.
|/etc/auth/system/default||Default control database|
|/etc/default/accounts||Account/group creation defaults|
|/tcb/files/auth||Protected Password database directory|