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Re: Where does pam_unix2.so come from?



--- Steve Langasek <vorlon netexpress net> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 16, 2003 at 01:38:10PM -0500, Thomas,
> Daniel J. wrote:
> > I'm trying to install NIS+ on Red Hat 7.2.  I've
> installed the latest
> > version of PAM that Redhat has complied for 7.2
> from Red Hat's website, but
> > I still don't have the pam_unix2.so in my
> /lib/security directory like the
> > NIS+ How To describes using.  I think my version
> of PAM is 0.75-46.7.2.  Do
> > I need to compile a newer version myself?
> 
> IIRC, the pam_unix2.so module was developed by SuSE.
>  I don't know where
> to find the sources though; you might be able to
> find it poking around
> at their site, or someone might be able to give you
> a more definite URL.
> 

Thorsten Kukuk's page at SuSE:
http://www.suse.de/~kukuk/pam/pam_unix2/

Oisin C. Feeley


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