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Re: new pam_keylogin module



Hello,

> 
> Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
> > ftp://weber.uni-paderborn.de/pub/linux/NIS/pam_keylogin-0.99.tar.gz
> > 
> 
> README says:
> > This module always returns PAM_SUCCESS, if it fails, the user has to do an
> > extra keylogin.
> 
> Is it possible that PAM_IGNORE would be a better response?  The difference
> is only that no sys-admin will be able to configure their system to
> authenticate with this module then, which seems to be consistent with your
> intent.

Yes, that would be. I haven't seen the PAM_IGNORE define, I have take
pam_nologin as startpoint for this fast hack.

The other question, I change the UID and reset it. Is may solution
correct, could there be a security problem, or is there a better
solution ?

  Greetings,
     
    Thorsten
   
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