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RE: authconfig (2nd sending)



Tomas,

Thank you for the insights.  Primarily I'm working in RHEL AS4, and some in
RHEL5.  I'll look for that manpage in those OS's here pretty soon, and see what
I can come up with.


R,
-Joe Wulf, CISSP, USN(RET)
 Senior IA Engineer
 ProSync Technology Group, LLC
 www.prosync.com


-----Original Message-----
From: pam-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:pam-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf
Of Tomas Mraz
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2008 15:20
To: Pluggable Authentication Modules
Subject: Re: authconfig (2nd sending)


On Fri, 2008-06-27 at 14:36 -0400, Joe_Wulf wrote:
> I would like to know more about 'authconfig' and what it does and why,
> how, etc...
> 
Authconfig is developed currently by me. It is not related to the PAM
project in any other way than that I am also a PAM developer currently.

> I've been developing some configs, interacting with PAM, such as in
> 'system-auth', etc...
> 
> The blanket statement in that config file is that when authconfig is
> run it will overwrite
> the manually updated contents.  So, how can I go about keeping my
> changes in
> that file more permanently?  Seems I need to better understand
> authconfig, and think
> I'm looking for more than the man/info pages (and the latest v1.0.1
> PAM docs) say.
> 
 
> Would anyone have more information and/or documentation beyond the man
> page,
> and the PAM docs?

authconfig has some manual pages. See man system-auth-ac if you want to
keep some adjustments to PAM configuration. Also the current authconfig
in Fedora 9 doesn't overwrite all files every time. It will overwrite
only files which are affected by the changes in the configuration.

-- 
Tomas Mraz
No matter how far down the wrong road you've gone, turn back.
                                              Turkish proverb

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