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RE: PAM support



Title: RE: PAM support

Another way would be to check for the existence of libpam.a or libpam.so/  But I don't know whether u need this info at runtime(which makes me wonder why do that)//

ajay

-----Original Message-----
From: Maarten Buiter [mailto:maarten@fredhopper.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 10:14 AM
To: pam-list@redhat.com
Subject: Re: PAM support


Hi Neelay,

Check for presence of a file called pam.conf in /etc (old configurations)
or for the presence of the /etc/pam.d directory (new configurations)

If your system doesn't have either this pam.conf file nor the pam.d
directory
your system does not support pam, in which case I'd upgrade my system
to a more recent version of Linux.

Maarten Buiter


Shah, Neelay wrote:

>Hi,
>
>       Is there any way to find out whether a UNIX system supports PAM or
>not ?
>       OR In other words is there any way to find out whether a UNIX system
>is currently
>       using PAM ?
>
>      
>Thanks,
>       Neelay S Shah
>
>
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