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Re: How can I know the PAM version?



If you are using RPM based distro -  Try something like "rpm -qa | grep pam"
If its dep based system - 'dpkg -l | grep pam' should give you version,I think.


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On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 12:56 PM, Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk suse de> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 06, Bhushan Rane wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Bhushan Rane here from GSLab, Pune, IN. We are doing some basic testing for
>> integration of PAM auth with our product, for which we require to know PAM
>> version on which we are doing testing.
>> We didn't found any command or any other way to know PAM version.
>>
>> Could you please let us know how to check PAM version?
>
> This depends on which Linux distribution you have or if it is a self compiled
> version.
>
>   Thorsten
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