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Re: Login PAM interaction suspect



No I wasn't, thank you.  That is interesting.
Perhaps a bit more complicated that we need.

This is an industrial type application. We intend not to put a local account in the box from the factory. And it's possible that the system never got to the LDAP server to cache any credentials. Actual logins will be rather rare as
most communication is done with SNMP or data apps.

Dave.

Quoting Barry Brimer <lists brimer org>:

On Tue, 15 Nov 2011, David Mitton wrote:
I am designing a PAM module to serve as a backup authentication mechanism for a device when it has lost network connectivity to it's LDAP server.

Are you familiar with sssd?

https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/

Barry

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