If you just enter 1 into that field, then the only password that will be
accepted is the numer 1. Instead, you need to enter a regular expression
of the kind used by grep and Perl. For example, to allow only passwords
containing letters, you could enter :
Or to force the password to contain at least one number, you could enter
On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 14:42, Jeremy Pennington wrote:
> I have set Perl regexp to check password against to 1, but when I try
> to change a password I get an error: "Failed to change password :
> Password does not match regexp 1". I get this error no matter what
> password I try, even if I use all 1s or all letters and then one 1. I
> have recently upgraded to Perl to 5.8.5 and webmin to 1.160. The OS
> is Sun Solaris 9.
> Any ideas, suggestions or tries are very much appreciated.
> Thanks for your help