I have successfully been logging in from my home Linux box to the company VPN using AnyConnect with DuoPush for about a month. As of last night I can no longer log in. The AnyConnect client says somethng like, "AnyConnect profile settings mandate a single local user, but multiple local users are currently logged into your computer. A VPN connection will not be established."
I am the only one on this Linux system. I have rebooted. I have forcibly rotated wtmp and utmp logfiles in case AnyConnect was confused by my not logging out when the system had to be shut down in a hurry due to A/C failure. The "last" command shows only me logged in. The "who" command shows me at the console, and on various ptys connected to xterms; I even killed the xterms at one point just to be sure that wasn't confusing it (this should be unnecessary but I was trying everything I could thnik of).
What is AnyConnect looking at that convinces it there are multiple local logins?
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