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Additional PAM Modules

PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) is a system security tool that
allows system administrators to set authentication policies without
having to recompile programs that do authentication.

This package contains additional PAM Modules, which are necessary for a
working SuSE Linux System: pam_unix2, pam_pwcheck and pam_homecheck

Source Files (show unmerged sources)

Filename Size Changed Actions
0003-use-crypt_gensalt_rn-from-glibc.diff 12 KB almost 3 years ago Download File
0004-add-workarounds-for-blowfish-signedness-bug.diff 7.44 KB almost 5 years ago Download File
baselibs.conf 69 Bytes almost 7 years ago Download File
default.passwd 1.83 KB over 1 year ago Download File
dlopen.sh 1.32 KB almost 10 years ago Download File
get_version_number.sh 38 Bytes almost 10 years ago Download File
pam-modules-automake.patch 2.34 KB about 3 years ago Download File
pam-modules.changes 33.2 KB 20 days ago Download File
pam-modules.spec 3.63 KB 20 days ago Download File
pam_homecheck-2.0.tar.bz2 251 KB almost 10 years ago Download File
pam_pwcheck-3.13.tar.bz2 204 KB almost 5 years ago Download File
pam_unix2-2.9.1.tar.bz2 240 KB about 4 years ago Download File
pam_unix2-glibc216.patch 632 Bytes almost 4 years ago Download File
pam_unix2-selinux.patch 950 Bytes over 3 years ago Download File

Latest Revision

Thorsten Kukuk Thorsten Kukuk (kukuk) committed 20 days ago (revision 101)
- remove unix2_chkpwd (moved to pam), to be able to drop this
  obsolete package in the near future.

Comments for Linux-PAM (2)

Marko Veelma zCougar wrote 15 days ago

/sbin/unix2_chkpwd and /sbin/unix_chkpwd in pam package doesn't look the same thing. Removal of /sbin/unix2_chkpwd broke xlock (from xlockmore package). There is no way to unlock X session when /sbin/unix2_chkpwd is missing

Thorsten Kukuk kukuk wrote 15 days ago

Correct, and that's why it is not yet submitted to Factory, the new pam version with unix2_chkpwd (as documented in the changelog) comes later than planned.