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Re: Pam Perl or how to debug a pam module



Linker errors? My first assumption is that you are trying to link to the PAM libraries, in which case...

gcc -o pam_module.so pam_module.c -llibpam 

Of course this is all listed within the developers handbook

Jas

On Dec 20, 2011, at 5:53 PM, "ben" <ben appliedplastic com> wrote:

> So the problem began with browsing my Linux distro's repository looking
> for a pam module to create home directories on demand. I found one that
> works almost like I want. Almost, not quite, so onto the source code. It
> is written in python. I have a severe Pathological and Eclectic aversion
> to python. It reminds me of the Rubbish Lists i turned in in my
> hi-school COBOL programing class. I'd rather try to transcend dental
> medication.
> 
> so... I've been looking for a project to brush up my c skills, maybe
> embed a interpreter for practice... so announcing version 0.0001. Write
> your own device driver days here. It is about 75% to theoretically
> functional level.
> 
> I expect to reach theoretical functional in about a week or two, but I
> figured that this is far enough along to fire up a debugger, Which
> brings us to the real question: how do you debug pam modules, especially
> linker errors?
> 
> code is available. License requires fixing bugs to distribute until
> version 0.5 when I will go gpl.
> thanks,
> ben
> 
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