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Re: Where does pam_unix2.so come from?



Title: Re: Where does pam_unix2.so come from?

So I should be able to just compile the source code on my system to run this under redhat, or does redhat not use these modules?

-Dan


--- 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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