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Re: pam_sql



The pam_mysql module is currently broken, and doesn't really work w/ most
apps.....

i hope you didn't model after it TOO closely :)

--buddy

On Fri, Apr 28, 2000 at 07:08:57AM -0700, Mike Glover wrote:
> 
> 
> 
>    I've got a mostly-working pam_sql module written, my first.  
> Right now, it only knows how to talk to PostreSQL, but it's designed
> so that adding support for another DBMS is easy.  It's loosely based
> on the pam_mysql module.
> 
> Questions:
> 
>    What the heck should I do with this thing?  I vaguely remember
>    something about reserving a module name.  Can I do that?
> 
>    I figured there would already be a generic SQL module available
>    for PAM, but I only saw Informix and MySQL on the web page.  Is
>    that right?
> 
> -mike
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